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Re: Synchronization prompts to add ".svn/entries" files after refresh. Is this normal?

From: Cédric Chabanois <cchabanois_at_natsys.fr>
Date: 2004-10-27 13:50:50 CEST

Synchronization is still under work.

Cédric

"Sean Dockery" <sean@seandockery.org> a écrit dans le message de
news:clel0e$krs$1@sea.gmane.org...
> One last thing that I should note: a TortoiseSVN Commit... declares that
> there have been no changes. It is only in the Eclipse Team Synchronizing
> perspective where the ".svn/entries" files are being reported as having
been
> added.
>
> "Sean Dockery" <sean@seandockery.org> wrote in message
> news:cle8ou$qi1$1@sea.gmane.org...
> > One other question:
> >
> > Could this behaviour be caused by TortoiseSVN somehow interfering with
> > subclipse?
> >
> > "Sean Dockery" <sean@seandockery.org> wrote in message
> > news:cle885$pcs$1@sea.gmane.org...
> >> Hello.
> >>
> >> I have used cvs and Eclipse's cvs client, but I am new to svn and
> >> subclipse. I have been experimenting with subclipse for the past week
and
> >> some recent behaviour has puzzled me.
> >>
> >> I have been developing a simple web application in Eclipse. (I'm an
old
> >> hand at that; I've just never used svn as my revision control system
> >> before.) The web application contains JSP files that I edit with an
> >> external tool. So, in order to get Eclipse to recognize that local
files
> >> have changed behind its back, I use the "Refresh" command from the Java
> >> project's pop-up context menu in the Package Explorer. Then I perform
a
> >> "Team/Update" and "Team/Synchronize with Repository...". This has
always
> >> worked for the cvs plug-in, and it has been working with subclipse for
> >> several revisions now, but...
> >>
> >> The Team Synchronizing perspective's Synchronize view now indicates
that
> >> I have added ".svn/entries" files in every folder in my project.
> >> Obviously, these are subversion files. But it hasn't done this
> >> previously. So, the questions started coming hard and fast...
> >>
> >> Is this normal?
> >> Is this a bug with subclipse?
> >> Should I commit the files?
> >> Should I use TortoiseSVN to "ignore" those files?
> >> Should I blow the project away and check it out from svn again?
> >>
> >> I am using Eclipse SDK 3.0.1, and subclipse 0.9.22.
> >>
> >> Thanks for your precious time.
> >>
> >> PS: I have already Googled both the web and groups for the terms
> >> subclipse, refresh, update, and entries, but there were no applicable
> >> results.
Received on Wed Oct 27 21:50:50 2004

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