Creating New Project from Existing Files question

Hello,

I have a project at the remote server witch is under Subversion control.
After creating project using wizard, it does not know anything about Subversion.
I cannot Update or Commit changes (all files are brown colored)

Can I create project from remote files in order it can know about subversion given in remote project.

Currently I must do it using "Check out from Version Control"

Best regards.

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There's a hundreds of different setups possible (and are actually used by other people). Please describe yours in full extent - what is host and server OS, FTP server, where's SVN resides and detailed steps you performed, then - your expectations and actual IDE behavior.

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There is a slackware server in my local network.
I use SFTP connection to access files
I have chosen "My web server is on remote host, files are accessible via FTP/SFTP" the first step.
And "Use existing server" at the second. Then had choosen directory and Project Name.

I mean what IDE can use the path to Subversion:  /path/to/my/project/.svn/entries file.

Now the created project opens without any Version Control Integration and if I try to enable it via Version Control | Enable Version Control Intergration, all files are unversioned.

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You don't need to use wizard - it's for files that accessible exclusively via FTP, etc. Just use "Checkout from source control".
We might join all options in one wizard later, but now you should use that option.

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Yes. I'm using this functionality already. I had thought that there is a way to use it through Wizard.

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