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Thread: Subclipse doesn't commit anything to svn

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    Default Subclipse doesn't commit anything to svn

    I have an existing non-svn project in eclipse. I'd like to add svn to it, so I made an assembla account. When I tried to add it to my svn repo, it only uploaded the .settings folder, and .classpath and .project files, but NOTHING ELSE. Is there something i'm doing wrong?


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    Default Re: Subclipse doesn't commit anything to svn

    I think I might have figured it out, but a question still remains. I switched over to Eclipse Subverse, and had the same problem. I noticed that because of the way I build my project locally, the src folder is outside of the eclipse project root. So neither of the SVN clients can sync anything outside of the project root, because if it is the root, they can't sync anything above that directory. Is there any way around this? or will I have to re-build my workspace from scratch?

    EDIT: Just verified it. If I made a new project, and added a src tree, and some files, it worked fine....so is there any work around?
    Last edited by techwiz24; June 19th, 2011 at 07:54 PM. Reason: tested hypothesis