Intellij not reconising project converted from Cvs to Svn as SVN

I was using Intellij happily with CVS. I then got the CVS project converted to SVN via SUN (it is hosted on the java.net site)
Renamed the code folder,
Created a new folderof the same name
Checked it out from the SVN reposistory using  Version Control/Check Out from Version Control/SVN
Made some modifications, but Intellij doidnt give me any options to commit the changes back to SVN so I had to use an external tool to check them back in (SmartSVN)

This was using Intellij 7.0.2 Personal edition on Windows Vista

I've just installed Intellij 9.0 Beta Community and this isnt giving any indication that it thinks any of the files are under source control (all files are reddish colour) , and if I right click on a file it only
gives me the option to CVS/Commit File even though the files are no longer under CVS control, and on the Version Control menu there is a CVS submenu but not a SubVersion submenu. For another project that has used Subversion from the start
the Subversion menu does exist and everything works as expected.

thanks Paul

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Hello paul,

Go to Settings | Version Control and set the version control used by your
project to SVN.

I was using Intellij happily with CVS. I then got the CVS project
converted to SVN via SUN (it is hosted on the java.net site)

Renamed the code folder,

Created a new folderof the same name

Checked it out from the SVN reposistory using  Version Control/Check
Out from Version Control/SVN

Made some modifications, but Intellij doidnt give me any options to
commit the changes back to SVN so I had to use an external tool to
check them back in (SmartSVN)

This was using Intellij 7.0.2 Personal edition on Windows Vista

I've just installed Intellij 9.0 Beta Community and this isnt giving
any indication that it thinks any of the files are under source
control (all files are reddish colour) , and if I right click on a
file it only

gives me the option to CVS/Commit File even though the files are no
longer under CVS control, and on the Version Control menu there is a
CVS submenu but not a SubVersion submenu. For another project that has
used Subversion from the start

the Subversion menu does exist and everything works as expected.

thanks Paul

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yole wrote:

Hello paul,

Go to Settings | Version Control and set the version control used by your
project to SVN.


Hmm, withihn this there is a section called VCSs that allows you to set different values for CVS,Git and Subversion but nowhere can I see an option thats says 'Use Subversion' .

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To change the VCS for the project, you'll need to select the "Version Control" section itself.

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Oh right, working now thx.

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