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with_an_existing_project [2013/07/25 21:00]
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with_an_existing_project [2013/07/30 09:53] (current)
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 ======Getting Started With An Existing Project====== ======Getting Started With An Existing Project======
  
 +Check out the Lure project source code from the source code repository to your local file system. You can do this in one of two ways:
  
-This page explains how to get started using Lure when a project ​has already been set up and imported into a source code repository ​(e.gSubversion or Perforce).+  - Check out the Lure project source code from within Lure Stage using a plugin for your version control software ​(for example using Subclipse):  
 +    * The Lure project will be restored automatically. 
 +  - Check out the Lure project source code with an external version control client: 
 +    *Create a new Lure Project within Lure StageUncheck the "Use default location"​ checkbox and select the folder were the project source code was checked out.
  
-It is assumed that you have already installed Lure on your computer.+If you want to use your own database environment for development you will need to add your own connect file to the project folder. Easiest way to do this is to copy (and paste) and existing connect file. Then use the Configuration Editor to configure the new connection details.
  
-Check out your project source code from the source code repository to your local file system. Make sure to check out the entire source tree including the Lure root folder, i.e. the folder containing the files ''​main.lure-config''​ and ''<​env>​.lure-connect''​. +You are now ready to go. You can now start synchronizing between your database and your local project ​files by using the Lure Import and Export commands.
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-If you want to use your own database environment for development you will need to add your own connect file to the root folder. Do this using the **Lure Configuration Editor**. +
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-On Windows platforms you need to register the file extensions of your source files (as defined in the file ''​main.lure-config''​) with Windows Explorer so that you can access Lure commands by right clicking on them in Windows Explorer. Do this using Lure Configuration Editor by selecting ''​Tools -> Install Source Files Context Menu''​ from the main menu. +
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-You are now ready to go. You can now start synchronizing between your database and your local files by using the Lure Import and Export commands.+
  
with_an_existing_project.txt · Last modified: 2013/07/30 09:53 by admin

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