sorry for posting to the wrong list.
I checked it and now I am scared a bit.
The "unversioned files" are really marked as "unversioned" in Subclipse, but actually those had been versioned before the merge and no one removed the file from the repository.
So it looks somehow Subclipse made SVN to "forget" about files.
That's really strange.
What to do to prevent this in future?
Von: Mark Phippard [mailto:email@example.com]
Gesendet: Di 28.02.2006 15:56
An: Markus Karg
Betreff: Re: Subclipse drives me crazy
"Markus Karg" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 02/28/2006 09:25:15 AM:
> I'm running Eclipse 3.1.1 on Windows XP, with Subclipse 0.9.108.
> I did a commit of a large bunch of local changes inside of a really
> After minutes subclipse was done.
> But still it shows a lot of black asterisk badges in the package
> I tried F5 for refresh, also tried to close eclipse and restartet.
> Still the astierisks are there.
> I thought the commit didn't work, so I issues another commit.
> But subclipse told me that there are no local changes.
> I checked with TortoiseSVN and actually it tells me that I'm in sync
> So what to do to make the badges go in sync with the actual state?
You sent this to the wrong mailing list.
But to answer your question, like the CVS Eclipse plugin, Subclipse shows
the modified decorator if you have any unversioned and unignored files.
TortoiseSVN does not.
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