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When we create/design templates (*.tpl) for DocGen to use, and wanted to share with the modeling team. And already using Subversion to manage the versions. Could we save the tpl files on our workspace, then check them into subversion? If so what subfolder within a project should we use?
Or would you recommend another option? Command line - invoke subversin commands?
Unfortunately i don't have a lot of experience using SVN. I think maybe the best thing would be to use the Eclipse 'navigator' tab to create a folder in your workspace and share this through the navigator. This will be in your workspace but not part of any project.
It might be better to log an incident for this and we can work on it to see what would be the best way to implement this.