[Eric] Using subversion with Eric
brice at open-commerce.org
Sun Aug 27 17:16:53 BST 2006
very happy to know that svn work
cause of this page :
**SVN is ostensibly supported, but didn't work for us
So, thank you for answered so speedy to my question.
I have an apache repository at http://svn.open-commerce.org/svn and, at this time, I don't have any file inside this one(I just finish my programing documentation ) . So I wan't to create a new version controlled project.
Step by step what I do :
- start Eric3 (V. 3.9.1)
- Project -> New :
- Project Name : Open Commerce
- Progr. Language : Python
- Mixed Programming : None
- UI Type : Qt
- Project Dir. : /home/open-commerce/Version : 0.1
- Main script : ''
- Translation Prefix : ''
- Author : Brice LEROY
- Email : brice at open-commerce.org
- Description : GPL Small Business Software
- Add existing files to project ? No
- Select version system for the project : subversion
- Repository info :
- Protocol : http:
- URL : svn.open-commerce.org/svn
- Log : new project started
- Create standart repository layout : True
- Would you like to edit the VCS command option ? Yes - but I don't know what write ! maybe my problem is here because my repository require authentification on write action , so I push ok button
- Dialog appear and say me : "The project could not be created in the repository. Maybe the given repository doesn't exist or the repository server is down."
So, that's all. really great thanks for your help !
Le Dimanche 27 Août 2006 17:41, Detlev Offenbach a écrit :
> On Sunday 27 August 2006 16:38, Open Commerce wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I try to use Eric3 to connect to my Subversion repository but it won't
> > work :'( (my SVN repository work fine with command line). Does somebody
> > successfully use it or is it still under development ?
> > If you have an exemple or something like this, it will be very useful
> > for a VI's user like me :)
> > Eric3 seems to be the better IDE for Python/pyQt ... I really want to
> > use it, please help me.
> > Sorry for my poor english :(
> > Best regards
> What do you try to do? Checkout something from the repository, create a new
> version controlled project, ...?
> The solution depends on your answer.
> And no, Subversion support is not under development. It is in use since
> about two years over here and works ok.
Open Commerce - http://www.open-commerce.org
GPL Small Business Software
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