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[Subclipse-users] Unsupported Feature

From: Markus Karg <markus.karg_at_quipsy.de>
Date: 2006-03-07 15:53:30 CET

I want to add a whish to the Post-1.0 whishlist:
 
My project conatins more than one source folder (to be exactly, more than 25).
All of them are in the repository.
When I rename one of that folders, subclipse asks SVN to do a DELETE+ADD operation. Ok.
Now inside of the renamed folder, I want to rename a package.
Subclipse now asks SVN to do a DELETE+ADD operation, but SVN is a bit upset since it is asked to delete something that is not already added quite yet (so it asks for a COMMIT first).
 
Solution: When there is a rename in Eclipse, Subclipse should check whether it is in a folder that is already in the repository. If so, it does the usual DELETE+ADD. If not (e. g. it is in the status "DELETED", "ADDED" or "NON-VERSIONED"), just do not ask SVN to do anything: In case of "DELETED", any operation is useless; in case of "ADDED", the rename will be reflected by the ADD already; in case of "NON-VERSIONED" SVN is not interested in the rename.
 
Thanks
Markus
Received on Tue Mar 7 15:54:26 2006

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