Re: [Subclipse-users] Bug in decorator for CDT C/C++ Projects view ?
On 3/12/07, Sylvain Nahas <email@example.com> wrote:
> I use a set of Eclipse projects that are each a subset of a subversion
> repository. Said differently, I have one repository containing several
> directories and created one Eclipse project per directory.
> In the "CDT C/C++ Projects" view, these projects are associated to a
> "modified" icon/text even if they aren't.
> It is true that some files in the repository as a whole are modified so
> my guess is the decorator doesn't really compute the state of the
> project from the state of the files in the project itself but from the
> repository as a whole.
> In the "synchronize" view state is shown OK
If you have any unversioned/unignored files, the project will show as
If you just do Team -> Commit from the root of the project does anything
Received on Mon Mar 12 17:12:34 2007
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