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bob john
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Once I right-click on project, Team>share project> I choose repository type: SVN ... And receive this screen (svn1).


Then i mark "Continue and have..." Click next.

Then If
a) I try to 'create new SVN repository location', writting URL, click finish.
It says" The specified repository location already exists ".

b) If I try to use existing repository. I recive this screen (svn2).

In result I cannot commit any files.
Also it would be nice to know how to set commiting directory.

Because says " send file to trunk/control". So where t oset this?
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Screen2.
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So this is Eclipse, I gather.  And you're trying to hook up a project to an existing SVN?  You may have mangled it already, sorry to say.  What is your goal?
 
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Yes, it is eclipse.
Goal is to commit file.

I have figured out, that if I delete workspace and creating new one -
'svn1' do not occur for the first time.
Also creating new workplace requires to backup and rewrite codes.
 
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Yeah, that's a pretty draconian solution.  I think you could have deleted the .svn file without deleting your whole workspace.  But I'm glad you fix it!
 
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