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Re: Deleting files outside Eclipse

From: Martino Piccinato <martino.piccinato_at_nexus.it>
Date: 2005-08-09 12:07:02 CEST

Řyvind Harboe wrote:

>I have a script that runs outside the context of Eclipse which adds,
>deletes, changes and moves files from a project under Subversion
>control.
>
>However when I do a refresh + team->synchronize on the project, deleted
>files are not marked as deleted but rather as incoming changes.
>
>There doesn't appear to be a way to tell Subclipse that I really wanted
>to delete the file.
>
>I guess Subclipse somehow has to determine whether the file was deleted
>locally or added to the repository. Is this facility lacking?
>
>
>

you don't have to tell anything to subclispe: you (you external script)
have to tell your subversion repository that the file was removed/added
to it. That is to say that you external script should e.g. add a file
and then issue a svn add <filename> command to inform subversion
repository to take care also of this new file.

Subclipse it's just a gui client to subversion and will just use
subversion information to know whether a file has been added/removed or
anything and to my experience it works fine :-)
Received on Tue Aug 9 20:07:02 2005

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