Re: [Subclipse-users] project subdirectories named tags are not included?
"Gormley, Josh" <JGormley@parts-unltd.com> wrote on 03/27/2006 10:40:53
> I have a large project that I would like to add to a subversion
> This project has subdirectories named “tags” and when I go to add this
> project, everything works fine except that all files and subdirectories
> “tags” subdirectory are ignored by Subclipse.
> Here is my workflow:
> 1. Add the repository to the SVN explorer perspective
> 2. Right-click on my project in its native perspective and choose Team >
> 3. Specify the repository that I referenced in step 1
> 4. Select which files I want to add (I’m adding all of them)
> 5. Click finish
> This works quite well for any project that does not have a “tags”
> and for all files of this project that are not in a “tags” subdirectory.
> there some way to tell Subclipse that I do not want to ignore these
> directories? The solution for this problem was to use the command line
> tool to add the files to the repository, but am I going to run into
> down the road with subdirectories named “tags”? What about
> named “branches” or “trunk”?
This is an Eclipse issue. Open Preferences and go to Team -> Ignored
Resources. Uncheck or deletes the entries for "tags". For some reason
the CVS plugin ships with that as a default ignored entry.
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Received on Mon Mar 27 17:48:11 2006
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