"Markus Karg" <email@example.com> wrote on 11/23/2005 04:53:58 AM:
> I'm using Subclipse (latest) with SVN 1.2.3 in Eclipse 3.1.1 (latest).
> Today I renamed a package from a.b.c to a.b.x.c.
> The result was that the old package was marked as "delete from SVN"
> icon), and the new package was marked as "unknown" (question-icon).
> I did "Team - add" on the new package.
> The result was that the new package was marked as "add to SVN"
> No problem since here.
> Then I did commit on the project.
> The result was this error message:
> SVN Commit
> org.tirgris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: Trying to use an
> svn: Cannot non-recursively commit a directory deletion
Someone else pointed out that you might have to create the X folder first.
However, I think this error might be something else. You get this error
when the -N switch is passed to the commit. Commit does not allow a
directory deletion to be committed when the -N switch is specified. The
only time that Subclipse adds the -N switch is when you are committing a
property-change on a folder. So you cannot commit a directory delete and
a property-change in the same commit.
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Received on Thu Nov 24 00:31:23 2005
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