Actually I waited several minutes (Eclipse actually was idle, BTW), restarted, refreshed... the complete program. ;-)
There indeed are NO files that are not in the repository: As I wrote before, SVN (command line) and TortoiseSVN show the files as modified but not as "non-versioned".
So I just ignored the badges right now.
But I cannot just put it aside.
I want to help make Subclipse work correctly.
So what shall I check to help the Subclipse coders to find and fix the bug?
Mit freundlichem Gruss / With kind regards
Markus KARG, Staatl. gepr. Inf.
Entwicklung / R & D
QUIPSY QUALITY GmbH
Von: Marcus Rohrmoser [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Di 28.02.2006 16:42
Cc: Markus Karg
Betreff: Re: Subclipse drives me crazy
sounds more closely related to subclipse rather than subversion.
Markus Karg wrote:
> 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 large project.
> After minutes subclipse was done.
> But still it shows a lot of black asterisk badges in the package explorer.
> 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 with the repository.
I've seen that, too. Sometimes eclipse takes a bit to rebuild the project and also to resync with
the filesystem. After several seconds the "modified" markers usually disappear.
If they don't, there might by files that are not under version control and not listed in svn:ignore.
They also should show up in the "Team -> commit" dialog.
> So what to do to make the badges go in sync with the actual state?
If the commandline $ svn status (or TortoiseSvn if you like) gives no output (really nothing
modified, added, removed, unknown, etc.) move the eclipse project aside and re-checkout.
Received on Tue Feb 28 18:25:29 2006