okay, so I have checked with the command line tool: cvs status tells me some interesting things:
(a) .classpath and .project are marked with a question mark. Actually those files are hidden in the Java perspective since they are Eclipse internal stuff. Subclipse seems to not know about the fact that those are not user's source code?
(b) Same happens for the folder 'bin'. Actually I cannot see that folder in the Java project since Eclipse handles that folder internally.
(c) One file was changed from lowercase to uppercase. Subclipse keeps that file marked as "to be deleted" when doing svn status.
The reason for all of that might be (again) that the project was stored in Microsoft's VSS before: VSS doesn't care for upper/lowercase. After manually putting the source into SVN by the svn command line tools, in Eclipse I just disconnected the project from VSS and then did "Team/ShareProject/SVN". Maybe this was the wrong way? I didn't want to clear the sources locally, but maybe doing that and afterwords doing a new checkout would have prevented this.
Mit freundlichem Gruss / With kind regards
Markus KARG, Staatl. gepr. Inf.
Entwicklung / R & D
QUIPSY QUALITY GmbH
Von: Mark Phippard [mailto:MarkP@softlanding.com]
Gesendet: Do 29.09.2005 16:50
Betreff: Re: Modification Badge still there after COMMIT
"Markus Karg" <email@example.com> wrote on 09/29/2005 09:48:05 AM:
> I'm using Eclipse 3.1 with latest Subclipse (thanks for online update!).
> Sometimes it happens that I do "COMMIT" successfully, but the "Modified
> (white star on black background) still is shown. I tried doing "Refresh"
> can't make it go away.
Yes, that is strange. If you have the svn command line handy, run svn
status to see if Subversion still shows the item as modified. Also, could
see if the Commit or Revert options in Subclipse still show the item.
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