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Re: Problem with deleting directories/packages

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-30 17:31:57 CEST

news <news@sea.gmane.org> wrote on 08/30/2005 11:21:52 AM:

> First of all I'd like to say thanks to the Subclipse team. Version
> 0.9.33 works really great and it is fast. And thanks to the integration
> of JavaSVN, installation is much easier.
> However, I have got one issue left:
> I am trying to commit the removal of some empty directories (in fact
> Java packages). These directories are marked with a red cross in my
> navigator view and package explorer.
> However, when trying to commit, an error box appears and some log (see
> below) is written.

Subversion will only allow you to delete a folder if it is at the HEAD
revision. You need to do Team-> Update first.

> And a side issue: Dirty resources are now marked with a graphical black
> star icon rather than the textual ">" as in earlier versions. Is this
> intentional? Is it possible to revert back to the old behaviour?

We changed the default decorator preference in 0.9.33. But you can still
set them the way you want in preferences under Team -> SVN. Just turn off
the icon decorator and add in a text decorator, or whatever combination
suits you.


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