Řyvind Harboe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 08/09/2005 07:30:18 AM:
> On Tue, 2005-08-09 at 13:22 +0200, Martino Piccinato wrote:
> > there is no automagic here. It's up to you to decide whether a file
> > should be brought to subversion control or not. It's a feature, not a
> > bug :-) Having a repository system automagically adding a file to its
> > control would be potentially dangerous.
> I'm not talking about doing the subversion operation, but in the
> Team->Synchronize perspective it should be possible to tell Subclipse
> what should happen when the change is committed.
These are Subversion issues, not Subclipse. What you need to do is change
your scripts to use Subversion commands. In other words do not just
delete or move files, run svn delete and svn move and svn copy etc... Then
Subversion will know about your changes, and so will Subclipse. You still
need to refresh when you go back into Eclipse so that Eclipse knows about
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Received on Tue Aug 9 22:35:12 2005