googlecode SVN project in workspace

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googlecode SVN project in workspace

Post by slash17 » Sun Feb 06, 2011 3:58 pm

Hi to all,

I was searching for a good IDE for C/C++ (actually mainly C) with subversion plugin and I find out CodeLite just this morning!

I really like it, but I can't understand how to get my svn project in the workspace.
I'm running CodeLite 2.9 on Ubuntu Linux 10.10 (with subversion installed obviously).

here is what I tried:
I checkout my project in a folder called 'unical-gl-shooter' in my home
Now I can see the project with all its files in the Explorer tab, and the svn menu by right clicking, but in the workspace view I can't see any file.
So I create a workspace (named 'codelite') in the 'unical-gl-shooter' folder and a project (custom makefile) named 'unicalglshooter' in there, but still no files are shown in the workspace view.

So I try the 'Import Files from Directory' and the result is the creation of a 'virtual folder' named 'unical-gl-shooter' (under the project directory, in workspace view) with all the project files in; the problem is that if I modify one of this (virtual?) file and then make and run, there is no change!

This is the workspace view:

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codelite
   unicalglshooter
      unical-gl-shooter
         main.c
         texture.h
         texture.c
         ....
         etc
How can I do?

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Re: googlecode SVN project in workspace

Post by eranif » Mon Feb 07, 2011 12:57 pm

slash17 wrote:file and then make and run, there is no change
from where?
Are you using the command line to build?

Please provide *all* the information:

1) How do you build your project without an IDE?
2) Did you use the command line to build your project?
3) Did you use codelite to build your project?
4) Please post the output of the build

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