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From "Hemant Malik" <hemant.ma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Directory naming in working-directory
Date Thu, 13 Dec 2007 12:11:44 GMT
Hi,
I am facing a problem with checking out because of the numbers being used
for the checked out directories
One of my sub project ( Eclipse Plug In project) is getting checked out in
completely. Not sure whether this is the reason, but developer told me to
have the original directory name as is on the CVS, he claimed the problem to
be because of that. I did not believe him at first, but to my surprise the
problem got resolved when I checked out the project again in a separate
directory(outside continuum) using CVS client installed on windows.
According to him some source files were not getting checked out because at
the original name of the Root directory wasn't there.


Is there no overriding possible?


Regards,
Hemant Malik

On Dec 13, 2007 1:18 AM, Emmanuel Venisse <emmanuel@venisse.net> wrote:

> numbers are project IDs. We don't use the origin name because with it, it
> won't be easy to work with branches if you want to work/build more than one
> branch.
> Actually, it isn't possible to use an other strategy.
> Why is it a problem for you?
>
> Emmanuel
>
> Ritz, Martin a écrit :
> >
> >>      Hi Continuum Users,
> >>
> >>      i've a problem with the continuum 1.1.
> >>      The import and build of my projects works.
> >>
> >>      But one thing I can't get:
> >>
> >>      why takes Continuum not the origin name of the directory to
> checkout (SVN) and build in the working directory.
> >>      In my case Continuum takes numbers for the name of the
> directories.
> >>      To navigate in these cryptical directories is very confussing.
> >>
> >>      Is there a possibility to take the directories as they are?
> >>
> >>      THX
> >>      ---
> >>      kindly regards
> >>      Martin Ritz
> >>
> >>      BTC AG - Unit Softwaredevelopment
> >>      mailto:Martin.Ritz@ewe.de
> >>
> >
>

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