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Re: [Subclipse-users] Commit needed icon

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-03-24 20:23:04 CET

James Gallagher <jhrg@mac.com> wrote on 03/24/2006 02:17:39 PM:

> With the newer builds of subclipse (0.9.108) running in Eclipse 3.1.2
> all my projects indicate that a commit is needed although in fact
> that's not the case. What I see is that some directories are marked
> as 'dirty' and this then propagates up the chain to the top
> directory. Is there a work-around for this problem?

If you do Team -> Commit on the top folder, the commit dialog will
essentially show you why you are seeing that decorator. The thing that
seems to trip up most people is that we show the dirty icon if there any
unversioned/unignored files in a folder. This is consistent with the CVS

The other thing that gets some people is modified SVN properties on a
folder itself.

In either case, the items will appear in the commit dialog.


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