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Migrating Eclipse to Intellij (with Subversion)

 
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I've been using Eclipse for several months with the Subversive plugin for Subversion version control. Intellij has been recommended to me.

Is it easy to migrate an Eclipse workspace with 5 Subversion-linked projects to Intellij? What is the procedure in outline?
 
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Hello John,

You can find a how-to on migrating Eclipse projects to IntelliJ IDEA at http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/documentation/eclipseToIDEA.html .

Subversion should not be an issue when migrating - IntelliJ IDEA uses the standard Subversion working copy format, so you will only need to specify Subversion as the version control system used by the project (Settings | Project Settings | Version Control), and it will pick up the rest of the settings automatically.
 
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