The missed files are legitimated source code files (C and Java source). They
are neither derived files nor are they in any of the ignore list.
From: Mark Phippard [mailto:markphip_at_gmail.com]
Sent: February 27, 2008 3:44 PM
Subject: Re: [Subclipse-users] Eclipse 3.2 with Subclipse 1.2.4 - missed
file during commit
On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 3:29 PM, Andy Jin <AJin_at_qnx.com> wrote:
> We are using Eclipse 3.2 with Subclipse 1.2.4 plugin.
> We have had two users reported that during their commit of a bulk of
> one of those files missed. Below are the symptom and the way they did the
> - Used the "Team Synchronizing" view to confirmed changes before
> commit. The file which missed the commit did not show in the change set.
> - Those are normal text files, nothing special in file names
> no dot beginning the file name)
> - The missed files were not residing in a very long directory
> structure, less than five directory level.
> - After the commit, the missed file still not show as changed
> even they did a compare with latest from reporsitory.
> - They only found out the file missed commit when their build
> This kind of failure does not happen all the time, but we have seen it
> Any comment is welcome. Shall I submit a formal issue report?
All of those symptoms point to a file that is ignored. There are
several things within Eclipse that cause a file to be ignored:
1) The file matches the svn:ignore pattern of it's parent folder.
2) The file matches a pattern in the Eclipse ignored resources list.
Preferences. Team > Ignored Resources
3) The file is marked as a derived file in Eclipse. Usually this is
for things like .class files. Right-click on file and choose
Properties. The Eclipse resource page has a Derived check box.
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Received on 2008-02-27 21:49:34 CET