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Re: Trouble getting subclipse to recognise files under version control

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-06-09 14:42:08 CEST

"Richard Meade" <richard.meade@shenick.com> wrote on 06/09/2005 04:53:56

> In summary:
> I can use subclipse to check out a java project, but
> then eclipse doesn't recognise that the files are under version
> control - either it shows "?" decorations or no decorations
> and under the Team-> submenu it either enables only the "Add"
> type options or else only shows the Share/ApplyPatch options
> (although the .svn dirs are all there & TSVN does recognise them).

Look at the details in this issue. It has to do with the capitalization
of your workspace as defined to Eclipse. Basically, it doesn't match the
actual filesystem capitalization. If you start Eclipse with the -data
switch, fix it there. Otherwise use the Switch Workspace option and use
the file chooser to open it.



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