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Re: [Subclipse-users] Adding elements to svn:ignore

From: Douglas WF Acheson <dwfa_at_rogers.com>
Date: 2007-06-19 01:39:59 CEST

What you wrote I understand and agree with. So, more to the point, how to I get Subclipse to not indicate to me that the Eclipse project is out of sync with the repo? It is very distracting to see a project out of sync, but when you expand the project there are no files that are out of sync. I have include my original email to recap my situation

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On 6/17/07, Douglas WF Acheson <dwfa@rogers.com> wrote:
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I have started to use subclipse v1.2.2 with Eclipse v3.2.2. The first
thing I noticed is that when I added elements to the ignore list
(svn:ignore), I am notified (via labels and decorators) that the
project is out of sync with the repo; moreover I have one out going
change and that change is the root directory. This does not make sense
to me. When I do a synchronize and select properties of the one item,
which is the project root directory, I am presented with the following :
>
> SVN Properties widow is displayed with svn:ignore under name and target (two non-printable characters) under value.
>
> The directory target is ignored correctly, but I believe I should not be told my working copy is out of sync.
>
> I have looked in the issues mailing list and this mailing list, and found nothing similar. Anyone have any idea?

svn:ignore is a versioned property. When you add something to it, you
have to commit the property change. That is what Subclipse is showing
you.

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Thanks
Mark Phippard
http://markphip.blogspot.com/
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Regards,
Douglas WF Acheson
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From: Mark Phippard <markphip@gmail.com>
To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
Sent: Sunday, June 17, 2007 10:04:37 PM
Subject: Re: [Subclipse-users] Adding elements to svn:ignore
On 6/17/07, Douglas WF Acheson <dwfa@rogers.com> wrote:
> Thx for the info - that makes sense.  So the next question is where this stuff?  I assume it will be in the root .svn directory, but I cannot see if from the Eclipse views (navigator or package explorer under Java Perspective).  But I can see it outside of Eclipse. So, if I cannot see it how does it get versioned?  I understand the concept just not sure how to do it.  Thx for all the help and sry for being a noob on this ...
The point is to hide that from you.  That is also why they named them
".svn".  On most filesystems folders/files that begin with a dot are
hidden.
In Eclipse, it is exposed to you via the views and actions we provide
you.  Even in command line, you are expected to use the svn commands,
not look at the filesystem.
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Thanks
Mark Phippard
http://markphip.blogspot.com/
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