The following forum message was posted by schiotz at http://sourceforge.net/projects/pydev/forums/forum/293649/topic/4414813:
I am switching to eclipse from Emacs, and trying to set it up in a reasonable
way to manage a Python project where part of the code is implemented in C++.
In the project, the Python stuff is in one subdirectory, while C++ source code
is spread out among a few subdirectories.
I made two Eclipse projects. A C++ project where the source directory is a
link to the root directory of my original project. And a PyDev project, where
one source directory is a link to the Python subdirectory of the original project,
and another source directory is a link to the directory where the C++ makefile
dumps the compiled .so file.
It this a reasonable way to do it, or am I overlooking something obvious?
A second question: The original project is under SVN, and should remain that
way. The C++ project discovered this automatically, and I can see that it marks
modified files as such. But the PyDev project does not appear to have noticed
the .svn directories. Can I somehow fix this?