Checkout Source Code from Google Code using SubClipse and Eclipse
This tutorial will guide you through the process of checking out source code from a Google Code repository using SVN into an Eclipse”) workspace. Before this guide will be of any use to you, you’re going to want to first install SVN onto your computer. You can find up-to-date versions at http://subversion.apache.org/. Subclipse is a good alternative that interfaces directly with the Eclipse environment – you can download that here: http://subclipse.tigris.org/.
- Create a project in Eclipse where you’ll store the checked out files locally
- Right-click on the project you just created and click Team -> Share Project…
- Assuming you have the SubClipse plugin successfully installed, you should see an SVN option. Select it and hit next.
- In the URL field provided, put your Google Code project’s SVN checkout URL (You can find this URL by navigating to the Source -> Checkout page)