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Re: [Subclipse-dev] synchronize view icon decorators

From: Eugene Kuleshov <eu_at_javatx.com>
Date: 2005-08-19 16:39:42 CEST

Martin Letenay wrote:

>>> I'm seeing some strange behavior for folder icons in a synchronize
>>>view running Subclipse (from the trunk) + JavaSVN 0.9.1.
>>> Some of the folder icons have incoming marker decorator and some of
>>>folders - doesn't. Any ideas what this could be? I can't try this with
>>>JavaHL because it is failing on my repositories.
>>> Sync view is in incoming-only mode and I'm using compressed folders.
>>
>>Martin would probably have to answer this one, but I have
>>seen it too. The folders have to show in order to show their
>>contents. I thought the decorator was different when there
>>was a change to the folder itself, such as a prop change, or
>>maybe when it contains an add/delete.

> Well, if by "incoming marker" you mean the + sign, then that's strange.
> The + should be displayed for Added resources only.
> The dir prop change should not be considered as adding.

   No it is not "+" it is an arrow for incoming changes.
   Strange thing is that some of the compressed folders that have
incoming changes (not additions) doesn't have no such marker and some
folders does.

> I'm usually running in the compressed folders, so I have never noticed it.
> Can you point me to some reproducible example so I can debug it ?

   Unfortunately I don't have reproduceable test case. It is just one of
the old projects (actually ActiveMQ repository on Codehaus) that I
purposefully don't update from svn, so it have lots of incoming changes
and additions.

   regards,
   Eugene
Received on Sat Aug 20 00:39:42 2005

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