I'm experiencing a problem similar to that described in
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=154693 where some of the
.svn folders in my source hierarchy are copied to my output hierarchy. I
didn't see an open Subclipse issue about this. The problem happens when
I do the following:
1. Install Eclipse.
2. Install the Subclipse plug-in (either from the
http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.0.x update site or by placing
the feature and plug-in files directly in the Eclipse folders).
3. Configure Subclipse to use SVNKit.
4. Import a number of projects previously checked out from the
command line using a subversion client. Eclipse goes away for a
while at this point refreshing the workspace. Not unexpected. The
problem happens regardless of which projects are imported or the
5. Clean, refresh and build all.
After the build step, some .svn folders have been copied to my output
hierarchy. The folders copied seem random. Sometimes only a few are
copied; sometimes many.
It appears I can correct the problem when using Subclipse 1.0.4 or
Subclipse 1.0.5 by disconnecting all projects from team management and
then sharing them again, but I haven't tested this extensively. I
haven't tried any form of filtering yet with Subclipse installed. My
understanding is that I shouldn't have to do this. Without Subclipse
installed, filtering appears to work correctly.
I don't recall having this problem when using Subclipse 1.0.3.
Some configuration information:
OS: Windows 2K SP 4
Windows XP Prof. 2002 SP2
Subversion Server: pre-1.4
Subversion Client: 1.4.2
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Received on Tue Feb 6 17:16:18 2007