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Re: Possible bug with 0.9.34 version of subclipse.

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-23 20:36:48 CEST

"William Brown" <wbrown@GOCSC.com> wrote on 09/23/2005 02:31:50 PM:

> I am repeatedly getting and error message while trying to do an update
of a
> project the latest stable 3.1 build of eclipse.
> Path is not a working copy directory
> svn: 'C:\dev\apollo\apollo\WEB-INF\classes' is not a working copy
> Is this a know issue?

The classes folder probably should not have been in Subversion. What
likely happened is your Eclipse "builder" deleted the classes folder (and
therefore the .svn folder inside it). Then recreated it.

The easiest way is to fix this outside Eclipse. Checkout your project,
then run svn delete to delete the classes folder. Then commit that
change. Then update your Eclipse working copy (might have to checkout

Be sure to add the classes folder to the svn:ignore property of the
WEB-INF folder so that it does not get added back again.


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Received on Sat Sep 24 04:36:48 2005

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