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Re: [Subclipse-users] Cannot add .project and .classpath

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-02-15 19:47:18 CET

<Andreas.Krueger@eplus.de> wrote on 02/15/2006 10:53:52 AM:

> This is intended to be a bug report on Subclipse 1.0 RC 4.
> I find it more difficult than I would like it to be, to version
> .classpath and .project files with subclipse.
> E.g., with subclipse fresh out of the box and a SVN repository fresh out
> the box as well, a "share project" operation on a newly created Java
> will not put .classpath and .project under SVN control.
> An "add to version control" on the files in the navigator will add them
> version control all right, as judged by the svn command line client.
> However, a subsequent "commit" on the entire project still does not
> the files to the server.
> Regards, and thank you for providing fine software

I have never seen it behave that way. When I share a project these files
are always offered to be committed by default. I think others on this
list would concur.

You might check your preferences under Team -> Ignored Resources and see
if they have been added to the global ignore list in Eclipse.

I have attached a screenshot I just made after creating a new project and
doing Team -> Share. The screenshot is of the commit dialog.


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