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Re: Package Refactor-Rename broken

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-08 15:59:22 CET

bigaret@portbigaret.ext.enst-bretagne.fr wrote on 12/08/2005 09:36:21 AM:

> The problem I have here is that the package Refactor->Rename does not
> work when sources are under svn control:
> - the package is renamed (e.g. "foo" becomes "foo.bar")
> - but eclipse does NOT update the reference to that package in other
> classes in the project (e.g. "import foo" are not changed to import
> "foo.bar")
> However, this works like a charm in any project not under svn control,
> in the same workspace.
> I have absolutely no idea of how I can diagnose the problem any further.
> I searched the ml archives, found some problems w/ package-renaming but
> not the one I'm having here. No error message appears in the console.
> My configuration: Linux 2.6, Eclipse 3.1.1, subclipse 0.9.37 w/ javaHL
> built from subversion 1.2.3.

I just did a simple test and it seemed work for me. Did you have the box
checked to update references?


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