I have a rather stupid problem: i cannot run Sip communicator after
importing it from SVN folder to NetBeans. What I have done is
downloading the source code with TortoiseSVN, creating a NetBeans java
project "from existing sources", then choosing "source" and
"resources" folders as source folders, "test" folder as test folder,
then I added all libraries to the project, and then I got something
like "No config.properties file found" error.
After that I discovered this file is actually some Netbeans project
file, so I added the folder (from inside my project path;/) containing
this file, as a source folder... No error anymore, but running the SIP
communicator takes ages, I have tried it on 2 computers, after half an
hour I had to terminate it.
What is the correct way to import source files into Netbeans or
Eclipse from svn?
(in Eclipse I cannot include some needed libraries into the build path
(although I try to add all of them, but still the project has
compilation errors due to missing libraries;/)).