I work in "Working Set" mode exclusively and I have never seen this.
In my case I am using the Package Explorer view primarily though and
it is definitely up to the view to ask for the decorators.
If other Team plugins work, then the view cannot be blamed completely
though, so it is probably some kind of issue between the two plugins.
Someone that uses those tools would have to debug it and submit a
On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 12:29 PM, Chris
> Using Subclipse 1.6.5 with JavaHL 1.6.4 (r38063) against a 1.6.3 server using HTTPS. (With Rational Application Developer v7.5.3 on Windows XP, which is based on Eclipse 3.4.2)
> When viewing projects by working sets, the Subversion icon/text decorations do not always display correctly -- they are usually missing from most projects that were checked-out of Subversion. When displaying by projects, the icon/text decorations have always appeared just fine.
> At first I assumed this was an Eclipse refresh bug, but if I load in a few projects from ClearCase then the ClearCase icon/text decorations always appear fine regardless of the view. (Therefore, I assume the Subclipse plugin must not be listening for all necessary refresh events? Just guessing...)
> Attaches are two screenshots:
> ProjectView -- This display by projects is correct; all the Example* projects are from Subversion and display correctly, as do all the PFGCommon* projects from ClearCase.
> WorkingSetView -- This display by working set shows the icon/text missing from some Subversion projects (it's rare for the icon/text to show up at all, I'm lucky I got three projects that show the decorations!); the ExampleEJB and ExampleSubsystem projects are missing the decorations. When I expanded the ExampleSubsystem project the decorations were initially missing from the children, but after 3-5 seconds they did appear.
> Can anyone else confirm this to be a bug?
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Received on 2009-08-17 18:36:38 CEST