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 ====== Subversion Repository Access from Eclipse ====== ====== Subversion Repository Access from Eclipse ======
  
-Another way to access ​the Subversion repository ​on ''​multicore.cs.purdue.edu''​ from a Windows machine is using the Subclipse plugin ​for Eclipse.  ​+These instruction describe how to configure ​the Eclipse IDE to access a Subversion repositoryusing the Subclipse plugin.  ​These instructions assume Eclipse is running on a Windows system (they need to be generalized to other platforms).
  
 ====== Install Eclipse ====== ====== Install Eclipse ======
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 Download [[http://​www.eclipse.org/​downloads/​download.php?​file=/​eclipse/​downloads/​drops/​R-3.3.1-200709211145/​eclipse-SDK-3.3.1-win32.zip|Eclipse]] (or visit the Eclipse [[http://​www.eclipse.org/​downloads/​|downloads page]] for more choices) to your desktop and unzip it into the directory where you would like it installed. ​ Run Eclipse by double-clicking on ''​eclipse.exe''​ before continuing. Download [[http://​www.eclipse.org/​downloads/​download.php?​file=/​eclipse/​downloads/​drops/​R-3.3.1-200709211145/​eclipse-SDK-3.3.1-win32.zip|Eclipse]] (or visit the Eclipse [[http://​www.eclipse.org/​downloads/​|downloads page]] for more choices) to your desktop and unzip it into the directory where you would like it installed. ​ Run Eclipse by double-clicking on ''​eclipse.exe''​ before continuing.
  
-Before moving on, make sure that you have already followed the [[svn-windows|instructions]] for Subversion repository access from Windows and can successfully browse the repository using TortoiseSVN. +Before moving on, make sure that you have already followed the [[using_subversion_from_windows|instructions]] for Subversion repository access from Windows and can successfully browse the repository using TortoiseSVN.
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 ====== TortoiseSVN Configuration ====== ====== TortoiseSVN Configuration ======
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 In the new view, add a Repository with the url: In the new view, add a Repository with the url:
-''​svn+ssh://​session/​path''​ +''​svn+ssh://​host/​path''​ 
-where ''​session''​ is the session you saved in ''​PuTTY'' ​(''​Multicore''​ in the example).  For our repository, ''​path''​ can be left empty.+where ''​host''​ is the session you saved in ''​PuTTY''​. ​ For many repositories, ''​path''​ can be left empty.
  
 All done.  Try to browse the repository in Eclipse or check it out. All done.  Try to browse the repository in Eclipse or check it out.
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 ====== Checking Out Projects ====== ====== Checking Out Projects ======
  
-To check out a project from the SVN repository, go the the SVN Repository Exploring (**Window -> Show View -> Other -> SVN -> SVN Repository**),​ select the Multicore ​repository, select the project you would like to check out, right-click and then choose **Checkout...**. ​ Select **Check out as a project configured using the New Project Wizard** if you want to choose a special location for the project or select **Check out as a project in the workspace** if you want to keep the project in your default workspace. ​ Click **Finish**, and the project should appear in the Package Explorer.+To check out a project from the SVN repository, go the the SVN Repository Exploring (**Window -> Show View -> Other -> SVN -> SVN Repository**),​ select the repository, select the project you would like to check out, right-click and then choose **Checkout...**. ​ Select **Check out as a project configured using the New Project Wizard** if you want to choose a special location for the project or select **Check out as a project in the workspace** if you want to keep the project in your default workspace. ​ Click **Finish**, and the project should appear in the Package Explorer.
  
 ====== New Projects ====== ====== New Projects ======
  
-If you are creating a new project, create the project normally inside of Eclipse. ​ Then, right click on the project in the Package Explorer and choose **Team -> Share Project...**. ​ Choose **SVN** and click **Next >​**. ​ Select **Use existing repository location:​**,​ highlight the Multicore ​repository, and click **Next >​**. ​ Finally, pick the folder name (the **Use project name as folder name** option should be fine), and click **Finish**. ​ The rest should be self-explanatory.+If you are creating a new project, create the project normally inside of Eclipse. ​ Then, right click on the project in the Package Explorer and choose **Team -> Share Project...**. ​ Choose **SVN** and click **Next >​**. ​ Select **Use existing repository location:​**,​ highlight the repository, and click **Next >​**. ​ Finally, pick the folder name (the **Use project name as folder name** option should be fine), and click **Finish**. ​ The rest should be self-explanatory.
  
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 This guide based heavily on information at [[http://​blog.novembercamel.com/?​p=16]] (which seems not to be up, but Google has it cached for the time being). This guide based heavily on information at [[http://​blog.novembercamel.com/?​p=16]] (which seems not to be up, but Google has it cached for the time being).
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using_subversion_from_eclipse.txt · Last modified: 2008/03/26 10:04 by jtkorb