Amazon Not sure where to start but I've had an amazingly difficult time to do this task. I am running Eclipse on Windows and I have my Subversion, or SVN, project running in some remote server. All I want to do is check out that SVN project and be able to integrate it with Eclipse so that I can do SVN operations within Eclipse instead of do them via command line.
After jumping through many hoops I finally managed to solve this issue which is described in the following steps. I am running Windows 7.
1. Create an SVN project on your SVN server
2. Download and install TortoiseSVN: You may not need TortoiseSVN if your Eclipse is integrated with Subversion successfully but it's still a great tool to have.
3. Check out your SVN project through TortoiseSVN: Again you may not need TortoiseSVN if your Eclipse is integrated with Subversion successfully but in case it doesn't you have TortoiseSVN to fall back on.
4. Validate SVN Integration With Eclipse
Let's get started on how I managed to handle this nasty issue!
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