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From Michael Giannakopoulos <miccagi...@gmail.com>
Subject [Math] Repository and SVN
Date Fri, 28 Jan 2011 16:17:03 GMT
Hello guys,

I have one main problem with the svn... I use eclipse and its plugin in
order to synchronize a java project with the current code in the trunk...
However the problem that i face is that there are three different folders in
the trunk to synchronize from: folder main, folder test and folder site.
These three folders are stored in different folders in my current java
project. When i want to change a file what i do is to copy all the files
from one folder (for example main/java/org) to the src folder that is
created automatically by eclipse when you choose a new project. This works
fine because i can see all the files being on folder main sorted in
packages, find their dependencies and in general make changes... The problem
is that i want to make changes to the files that are in the folder test from
the repository so as to deliver something that it is guaranteed to work (not
to make quick changes and put you into trouble...). When i try to copy the
files from the folder test/java/org to the src folder (default folder of a
java project in eclipse...) then the .svn folders get corrupted in the src
folder which i can understand why it happens. When i try to delete these
.svn folders from ths src folder and its sub folders then all the files that
are in the src folders appear to have errors. So i cannot work in order to
examine both files that are in the main folder truck and test folder trunk
so as all the files to be in the right packages and see their dependences
and generally to build them and to run them... Any suggestion about this
problem! I would like to commit the changes i have made and to change many
files in order MathRuntimeException to become deprecated but i cannot until
i solve this problem. Thanks for your attention and your time. I would be
glad if i hear from you and sorry for any inconvenience this mail may cause
to you.

Best regards,
Michael Giannakopoulos

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