On 17/07/07, Mark Phippard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 7/17/07, Nigel Magnay <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Mostly things work, but sometimes the workspace seems to 'go bad'
> > a new one seems to help). For example, if create a file in a project,
> > /WEB-INF/classes/properties.xml, and both the directories
> > and the file are new, if I right-click on the project and do
> > the list of files I can choose from shows only 'WEB-INF'. Successive
> > checkins will then show each new directory as if it had just appeared
> > I'd expect it to show all of them).
> classes folder is usually in ignore list by default. I would not
> recommend versioning that folder if this is a typical web project as a
> build process might blow away the .svn folders. Usually you can put
> the .xml files in a source folder and the build will copy them to
> classes. That way just version them in the source folder.
It is?! This isn't target/classes BTW, this is
src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/classes. I now can't remember if all the files were
under classes or not - is there a way of *un*-ignoring it (and wouldn't it
always ignore files, rather than marking each successive directory as new) ?
We tend to store rather a lot of spring configuration under there,..
This is a feature. You can turn it off if you do not need it. It
> will be off by default in a future release. See:
Ah - cool - I hadn't used this view for ages so I was caught off-guard.
> > I've also had very odd things happen when moving files around and
> > - the repository seems to end up as expected, but the UI tends to be
> > wrongly as to what things are out of sync (refresh didn't seem to help).
> Not enough details to comment. Keep in mind that the svn move command
> is really like svn copy + svn delete.
Yeah - I wish I'd paid more attention to what it did now - I'm very used to
it under an earlier subclipse on windows - it felt like the directory I'd
moved had actually been copied (.svn directories and all), but it did
actually work in the repository so perhaps it was user error on that one !
Received on Tue Jul 17 18:08:20 2007