Getting Local Working Copy of the Repository
In this section:
As soon as version control support is enabled in MPS, you can retrieve the data from the repository. Depending on your purpose and workflow, choose one of the following approaches:
- Check out the repository sources to a content root of an existing project. Then set up version control in the project, if it has not been done before, and put the downloaded sources under control of the VCS used.
- Check out the repository sources to a location of your choice and have MPS create a project around them. This does not require any extra steps from your side. MPS arranges the downloaded sources in a project itself and suggests to open it as soon as the check-out is completed.
Upon your consent, the New Project from Existing Code Wizard starts. When the project is created, set up version control in it.
The check-out procedure depends on the type of VCS you use. Refer to the following sections for details:
- Retrieving Files from a CVS Repository
- Retrieving Files from an SVN Repository
- Cloning a Remote Git Repository
- Cloning a Remote Mercurial Repository
- Using Perforce Integration