# [Subclipse-users] [Subclipse-users] Subclipse prompting to commit deleted files

From: Dave Harper <dharper08_at_sbcglobal.net>
Date: Wed, 5 May 2010 14:20:07 -0700 (PDT)

I am a relatively new user with Subclipse under Eclipse but have been using
it for a couple of months now with very few problems. There is one,
however, that I have yet to be able to resolve. Early in the project I had
a couple of prototype files (one .c and one .h) that were basically
placeholders for code to be implemented later. A change in requirements
eliminated their need and I thought I deleted them correctly (obviously
not). Using the TortoiseSVN browser I do not see the files listed as part
of the project repository. Also, I can only see three references to them in
the project .svn directory; a copy of each file in the .svn\text-base
directory and a description of each in the .svn\entries file. Each
description has the word "delete" as part of the entry.

The problem is that when I do a Team->Commit of my project, the Commit popup
always lists the two files in the Changes section and they are checked to be
part of the commit. If I uncheck them, the commit goes okay, but if I
forget...

Anybody have an idea what I might have done wrong and, more importantly,
what I can do to remove these two files from the Commit Changes window?

Thanks,
Dave

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