You missed an entry in the plugin.xml for the core plugin. I imagine you
would have to hard-code that in your version.
It wouldn't hurt to check the source code again. Either you or I could
have easily missed some places.
Marc Sherman <email@example.com> wrote on 07/14/2005 03:09:44 PM:
> Last week, I posted a patch to change all the string literal ".svn"
> references I could find to SVNConstants.SVN_DIRNAME, to allow subclipse
> to be rebuilt with _svn metadata directories for a combined java/dotnet
> Since then, we've been getting some wacky behaviour -- the subclipse
> project seems to get into a state where it starts showing some, or all,
> of the _svn directories. We haven't been able to figure out a
> reproducable cause for this -- some people's projects are still in a
> good state, hiding the _svn directories, but other people have them
> Can anyone think of something I might have missed that still references
> ".svn" directories directly instead of via SVNConstants.SVN_DIRNAME? Or
> any other explaination for the behaviour we're seeing?
> - Marc
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