Checkout multiple projects from Subversion (SVN) into Eclipse

By neokrates, written on April 15, 2010

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You need many projects from subversion. Here is how you get them into eclipse.

Software:

  • Ubuntu Linux
  • Eclipse Galileo
  • Subversion 1.6

Should also work for:

  • Other Linux Distros
  • Subversion 1.6 AND any compatible Eclipse

1

Open “Svn Repositories” view

Go to "window->show view->other" and select “SVN Repositories”

2

Select what you want and checkout

In the view select all subtrees you need, then right mouse button and select “checkout” in the menu.


You should now have the projects locally.
 
💡 REMARKS
1. Don’t forget that there are trunk, branches and tags in Subversion. If you have ${YOUR_PROJECT_NAME}/trunk etc… structure, select trunk, not ${YOUR_PROJECT_NAME}
2. Mind possible collisions. Checkout will not go automatically if you already have the project with the same name. That is the case if you have many branches and want to have them all in the same eclipse workspace. 8-)

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