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Re: Removing entries from svn:ignore

From: Dan North <dan_at_tastapod.com>
Date: 2005-11-24 16:59:42 CET

Hi Cliff.

Just right click on the src directory and go to Team -> Show Properties.
A "SVN Properties" view will appear. Double-click on the svn:ignore
entry and edit it as you wish. (You can delete the property altogether
if you want.)


Cliff Meyers wrote:

>Just giving this question a little bump in case anyone else has ideas...
>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>From: Cliff Meyers <cliff.meyers@gmail.com>
>Date: Nov 17, 2005 1:36 PM
>Subject: removing entries from svn:ignore
>To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
>I just checked out an empty project from my SVN repository and started
>to create files within my Eclipse project (all identified with a
>question mark icon since they haven't been added/commited yet). I
>inadvertantly right-clicked on my "src" folder and selected "add to
>svn:ignore"; now when I right-click and select "Add to Version
>Control" the question mark icon won't reappear. When I examine the
>dir-props file in the .svn folder of my project's root, I see this:
>K 10
>V 24
>I tried removing the "src" line from the file and resaving but then
>Eclipse fails to recognize the project as being associated with the
>SVN repository. Can someone tell me how to remove the "src" folder
>from svn:ignore? Thanks so much!
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Received on Fri Nov 25 02:59:42 2005

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