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Re: Label Decoration not Updating Correctly

From: Dan North <dan_at_tastapod.com>
Date: 2005-11-18 13:23:19 CET

Did you modify the properties file from /within Eclipse/? If not,
Eclipse doesn't know the file has changed (and restarting Eclipse won't
affect this). You need to refresh the project (or in fact just the
folder containing the properties file) by pressing F5 or right-click and

There is a setting in Eclipse preferences to refresh the workspace at
startup. I avoid this because it takes ages for any non-trivial
workspace. F5 is your friend.


ps. The reason Eclipse spotted that the java file had changed may be
because it was already open in an Eclipse editor when you modified it.

Robert Rivoir wrote:

> I changed two files in my working copy, a .java file and a .properties
> file. The label decoration for the .java file in the Resource
> Navigator indicates the file has been modified, as does the status
> line on the Subversion Properties page for this file. But neither the
> label decoration nor the Subversion Properties page for the
> .properties file indicate it has been modified. I tried restarting
> Eclipse and running Subclipse with all three SVN Interface modes with
> the same result. The svn command line client correctly indicates that
> both files have been modified. I'm running Eclipse 3.1.1 and
> Subclipse 0.9.36 on Windows XP.
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Received on Fri Nov 18 23:23:19 2005

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