Bradley Wagner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 08/26/2005 05:16:09 PM:
> I think I figured out what I was looking at. It's better indicated in
> 0.9.33, but I think that what happened was I set a property in the
> project by adding something to the svn:ignore and when I synchronized
> it was telling me the project had an outgoing change but it wasn't
> referring to any particular file. That part confused me. It appears
> in 0.9.33, that when you set a property you a get a little aseterik
> on the project icon in the Java perspective, is that correct? Does
> the help describe any of the other visual cues of the software, like
> the asterik, etc.? It didn't look like it was mentioned anywhere.
Those are just the decorators. They are configured in preferences. There
are decorators for version controlled, modified, added, deleted (folders
only), conflicted, unversioned and locked. I do not think there is an
explicit page in the docs that show them currently.
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