You have a local project in Eclipse... and want to place it in CloudForge SVN
Start by adding the CloudForge repository...
SVN repository perspective > SVN + > copy/paste your CloudForge SVN URL > Finish (you will be prompted for your CloudForge login details)
The URL is available from your CloudForge Project page:
- Login to CloudForge > Projects tab > click on the Project name > click SVN tab on the left side
- Find the yellow "Quick Links" header on the right side
- Below the HTTPS URL text, the repository access URL is posted
looks like this: https://your_org.svn.cloudforge.com/your_cloudforge_project
Now share your project!
Now on your project perspective (ie: Java): Right click on your Project > Team > Share
Note that Project Sharing is intended to be loaded into a brand new repository. If your CloudForge repository already has revisions, you should instead: do a checkout, put your code inside the local working copy, and then commit.
Now it's a good time to name your repository main folder 'trunk' (It's a good practice to have a folders: trunk, branches, tags at your root in the repositories) > Click Finish
Not done yet... Do your initial commit!
Right click on your Project > Team > Commit > Enter a comment > OK
Now you are done!