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arbitrary multilevel hierarchical aggregation in RTC?


Marshall Schor (1012624) | asked May 04 '11, 4:52 p.m.
We are importing a large project (~ 400 Eclipse projects) into RTC. Inside SVN, these are organized in several diverse hierarchies. Many fall into just having the Eclipse projects at a top level under, say, trunk. But sometimes, we group a bunch of these projects into a new top level node in SVN, for instance, "sandbox" and under sandbox, a person's name, and under that some Eclipse Projects.

Or, in another case, we group a bunch of Eclipse projects putting them under a node which was thought of as a sub-project.

Are these kinds of arbitrary hierarchical groupings / aggregations of folders, some representing Eclipse projects, supported in RTC?

If so, what is the interface (where do I look in the help) to do things like create new folders, move folders around, etc.?

-Marshall

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Geoffrey Clemm (29.7k23035) | answered May 05 '11, 9:04 a.m.
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Currently, the Eclipse client does not make it easy for you to view and
manipulate the version-controlled folders above the Eclipse-project
level. It is easiest to do so using the command line client (which is
not Eclipse-project centric, the way Eclipse is).

There is a work item to add this support to the Eclipse client: 106037.
Please feel free to add a comment to indicate your interest/support.

Cheers,
Geoff

On 5/4/2011 4:53 PM, marshallschor wrote:
We are importing a large project (~ 400 Eclipse projects) into RTC.
Inside SVN, these are organized in several diverse hierarchies. Many
fall into just having the Eclipse projects at a top level under, say,
trunk. But sometimes, we group a bunch of these projects into a new
top level node in SVN, for instance, "sandbox" and under
sandbox, a person's name, and under that some Eclipse Projects.

Or, in another case, we group a bunch of Eclipse projects putting them
under a node which was thought of as a sub-project.

Are these kinds of arbitrary hierarchical groupings / aggregations of
folders, some representing Eclipse projects, supported in RTC?

If so, what is the interface (where do I look in the help) to do
things like create new folders, move folders around, etc.?

-Marshall

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