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Since you have no idea what this is, choose Simple At this point, we’ve installed Subclipse successfully, which added support for Subversion servers to our Eclipse setup, and we’ve tested Subclipse by downloading the current Subclipse source code from the repository.Now we should look at doing something with our own code and our own Subversion repository.Eclipse displays the folders in the Subclipse repository (see Figure 10).

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Choose Checkout Projects from SVN, then click Next.

On the Select/Create Location panel (see Figure 8), we need to create a new location (since we don’t have any configured yet), so click Next to continue.

I’ve added two projects, fork Work and thread Work, from my first developer Works article.

My Eclipse workspace (see Figure 11) also contains three other projects from developer Works articles (getopt_demo, getopt_long_demo, and readdir_demo). To add a new project to your Subversion repository, right-click the project (in any of Eclipse’s project views or the Navigator view) and choose Team Share Project from the menu. Select SVN from the list of repositories currently supported by your Eclipse, then click Next.

In addition to using this to look for software updates, we can use the update manager to find and install new features, such as Subclipse.

Be sure that Search for new features to install is selected, then click Next to continue. Since we’re after a specific feature, un-check the existing sites, then click New Remote Site to display the New Update Site dialog (see Figure 3).

Subversion’s commands and output are displayed in the Console view, usually found at the bottom of your Eclipse window, if you want to see exactly what Subclipse did with your project.

One of the key features of a version-control system is the ability for other developers to continue development and commit their changes whenever they’re ready.

To download these changes and integrate them with your local copies, you need to update the project.

Right-click on the project you want to update, then choose Team Update from the menu.

The next dialog (see Figure 13) lets you choose an existing repository location, or you can create a new one.

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