I've always worked in environment where ClearCase project were shared for the first time by other team member. At the moment it's my first time for start sharing a project on ClearCase. While it was a fast operation using CVS or SVN under Eclipse, I'm having some problems with sharing a new project on ClearCase.
Should I manually copy my workspace under my local ClearCase storage and telling Eclipse to use this location as a workspace for my project? After this shoud I associate the project with ClearCase proceeding with a massive checkout of all project's files?
Sorry for this question but I need to get experience with CC.
Meanwhile thanks for your plugin; i've got to uninstall the IBM version because under Eclipse 3.6 I can't find the way to open its perspective (and I'm not alone reading other forums).
Thanks for supporting the plug-in.
When you do Team -> Share Project what is the result? Do you get an option where to store files?
Is your situation the following:
You have a Eclipse project and then you want to share it with Clearcase for the first time? For me sharing means adding elements to clearcase vob ( view ).
Do you share ( funny ) the same view?
If you want this functionality please add a new Feature:
To solve your problem for now use 'clearfsimport'
This would be a nice feature to have! Are there any plans to implement it in the future?
Can you elaborate on how to use 'clearfsimport'?
Agree that iit would be a nice feature to have. We are 1-2 people development and currently we have just migrated the project at sf to git. I am currently working on feature 3432763 External diff/merge tool support. If the intrest for this feature is big the i would deinitely consider doing that after I have finnished this.
Thanks for using the plugin.
clearfsimport takes a source from your filesystem and exports it to the vob destination. This is what I would use to implement this function.
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