Can't commit to svn

I just got an eval copy (ultimate) and set up an SVN location. I created a local project and imported into SVN (Groovy project)

I coul dnot see any commit menu item and the window/tool windows/changes menu item was grayed out.

I deleted the project complete and checked ou the project form SVN

I added serveral files to the project

The window/tool windows/changes menu item was still grayed out

I must be really missing something simple. But for the life of me can't figure it out.

Please help

Eric

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You most probably need to set up VCS mapping at Settings | Version Control.
Also, please don't hesitate to ask for support at support@jetbrains.com. They're really helpful and fast to react.

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Thanks - that did the trick. I'm a little confused about it but will contact support.

Eric

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If you checkout a project from subversion it will set the appropriate version control mapping for you. However, if you do an in-place import into subversion you need to manually tell it you are using subversion.

You should find on checkouts though that it is set for you.

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