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[Subclipse-users] Possible bug: Subclipse doesn't interpret character classes in svn:ignore

From: Matt McCutchen <hashproduct_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2006-02-26 18:15:45 CET

Dear Subclipse people,

I have been using Subclipse 0.9.107 with the included JavaSVN in Eclipse
3.1.1 on Fedora Core 4 to check out and monitor the Apache Portable
Runtime. After I compiled the APR with make, Subclipse reported that
the creation of "export_vars.c" at the top level of the project was an
outgoing change, but command-line "svn diff" did not mention this file.
The trouble seems to be that the top-level svn:ignore property in
".svn/dir-props" reads "export_vars.[ch]", and command-line svn
interprets this character class while Subclipse does not.

I believe this is a deficiency in Subclipse (or maybe JavaSVN); as
requested, I am emailing the list instead of entering it into the issue
tracker. I am off-list.

Matt McCutchen
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Received on Sun Feb 26 18:24:09 2006

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