How to Connect with Eclipse to a Subversion Repository Hosted on a MediaTemple DV Server

enter site I've spent countless hours trying to find info about this topic, combing through blogs time and time again, trying to complete this seemingly simple task. Since I'm going through the process again, I'm going to document it in hopes that it may help you (or future me) should we find ourselves in this predicament again. I will be operating under the assumption that you already have a Subversion repository set up and you just want to connect to it via Eclipse. If you don't have it set up, please read: Creating a SVN repo has always been the easy part for me. However, for some reason I always get hung up configuring the connection. Please feel free to comment below if I haven't answered all of your questions.

Step 1: Download the Subversive Eclipse Plugin

خيارات الإشارات الثنائية التي تعمل Subversive is the preferred SVN client for Eclipse. You can download it: here. I recommend using the Eclipse update site to add the plugin from within Eclipse. In case you're curious, there is one other Eclipse SVN plugin called Subclipse but so far I have only had about a 20% success rate with it. So if you can't get Subversive set up, there's still hope... I'm just not going to be the one to help you with it.

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Step 2: Create a new connection and enter your repo location First open your new SVN perspective. Find the little icon with a small plus sign on it up in the top right of the SVN Repositories pane and click it. You should see the following dialog box titled "New Repository Location". New Repository Location - Eclipse Dialog Box

أفضل حساب خيار ثنائي As it turns out, there are a couple ways to connect to the repository here. Both of the following will work in the "URL" field: svn+ssh://{IP add.}/var/www/vhosts/{domain}/{repo}/{project} svn+ssh://root%25{domain}@{domain}/var/www/vhosts/{domain}/{repo}/ For User, and Password just type in your info, and click "Finish". If you can't figure out your username, try "serveradmin", it seems to be the common MediaTemple default username.

المتاجرة بالذهب في السعودية If you didn't get any error messages about the location not being valid or something you can move on to the next step. Unfortunately, this step is where you are likely to get hung up on the most. The only advice I can give is keep searching Google for more information.

Step 3: Create a New or Import an Existing Project

Creating a New Project Now that you have your SVN connection set up properly, click back to your main workspace perspective. If you're creating a new project, right click its root folder, click Team -> Share Project... -> on the dialog that pops up, select your repository type (SVN), and click through the remaining options.

Importing an Existing Project

الخيارات الثنائية منتدى وسيط If you're checking out an existing project it's just as simple a process. From the toolbar, click File -> Import... -> in the dialog that pops up prompting you to "Select an import source:" select the one you just created (SVN) -> Project from SVN, click Next. "Use existing repository location:" should be checked by default, so select the "svn+ssh://..." path you just added, and click Next.

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__utmpk When you get to the screen above, click the Browse button, select your project folder and click OK. Then click Finish, and you're done. Hopefully this has helped get you through this process. A note to my future self: You're welcome.

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  1. Flo says:

    nice write-up, dennis!
    we also spent quite a lot of time to setup a nice svn+eclipse+javascript+python environment. Here’s what we consider “perfect” for our needs:

  2. Subversion downloads are great ways to keep all of your files in one place and make changes to them. Highly recommend.

  3. Mostafa says:

    Thx dude, very helpful.

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