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Re: [Subclipse-users] Remove from view problem

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-03-06 02:46:08 CET

"Kevin Menard" <nirvdrum@gmail.com> wrote on 03/05/2006 08:10:14 PM:

> I just checked the issue tracker briefly and didn't see this bug
> logged. I wanted to check with the list anyway first to make sure
> it's not a known issue.
> In the Synchronize view, if I choose a file and select "Remove from
> view", it still shows up in the commit dialog box. It never used to,
> but it's something I've noticed in the past few releases. My guess is
> that the old behavior is probably more correct and would help prevent
> people like me from inadvertently committing stuff they don't want
> committed.
> Anyway, should I file a bug for this or is it already a known issue?

It is not a known issue, but now that you have said it, it would be
expected. If you select a folder and choose Commit, it just does the same
stuff as if you had done it from the Team menu, meaning it figures out
what to commit. You could not commit stuff for multiple projects in one
atomic commit if we did not do it this way. I do not recall all of the
reasons we made this change, but there were some other reasons as well.


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