Hermann Voßeler <email@example.com> wrote on 04/19/2005
> >> And BTW, Sublicpse is aware about "trunk/tags/branches" structure?
> Mark Phippard wrote:
> > How you structure your repository is up to you. There is no real
> > significance to the names you use. There is one very small
> > exception. If you are doing a commit to a URL with "tags" in the
> > name, we will warn you that you might be committing to an incorrect
> > location. We just copied this feature from TortoiseSVN.
> BTW, can this feature be turned of somwhere? This can be annoying.
> When developing java web applications, we have several directories
> of the sort "AppName/WEB-INF/tags/..." holding JSP custom tag files.
> (this is a standard naming scheme).
No, it can't. Still, the only time you should ever see a warning is if
you did a commit from that actual folder. If you do a commit at any of
the higher levels, which I would consider the "normal" behavior, we would
not give a warning.
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Received on Tue Apr 19 22:28:51 2005