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Re: Show pending SVN operations

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-09-13 17:32:41 CEST

On 13-Sep-05, at 9:58 AM, Mark Phippard wrote:

> Scott Palmer <scott.palmer@2connected.org> wrote on 09/13/2005
> 09:55:01
> AM:
>> What is the trick to get that view to show anything? I can see the
>> decorations on the icons in the tree view (packages view I think)
>> while browsing through my project. But the pending SVN operations
>> view remains empty. Refreshing doesn't help.
>> This is with 0.9.33 on Win XP.
> Have you selected something, like your Project, and done Team -> Show
> Pending Operations?

Um... hmm... not sure. I may have just done Window->Show View-
>Other...->SVN/Pending SVN Operations.

When I follow your instructions it appears to work. The view
"Pending svn operations in MyProject" seems to get updated as I edit
files. But I want a window that shows "Pending svn operations in the
Workspace". Do I have to use a separate view for each project?

Ah.. here is the problem. I have 3 projects in my workspace
Project1-3. I did what you said for Project1 which opened the show
pending operations view. Then I modified a file in Project3.. even
though it was a different project the pending operation showed up in
the view titled "Pending svn operations in Project1"... sort of
messed up, but I didn't notice because it was what I wanted to see.

Then I shut down eclipse and restarted it. The resource I edited is
still modified, and still gets marked as such in the Package
Explorer, but now the pending operations view is titled "Pending SVN
Operations" (no mention of a project) and nothing it listed in it.

I would like the view to remain active between programming sessions.

Received on Wed Sep 14 01:32:41 2005

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