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[Subclipse-users] Synchronize view woes

From: Christian Sell <christian.sell_at_netcologne.de>
Date: 2006-09-06 10:26:16 CEST


this is an issue that has existed for a long time, and thus may have been
discussed previously:

when symlinks exist inside the versioned source tree, the synchronize view
behaves strangely:

I have a non-versioned directory inside the versioned tree (its in svn:ignore of
its parent) which holds a symlink to a versioned sibling directory. Thus,
inside symlinked directory, there exists the .svn machinery.

rootdir<versioned, svn:ignore=subdir2>
   subdir2<not versioned>

Now, when I call up the synchronize view, It takes a long time to open, as it
inspects the whole symlinked subtree, and afterwards it shows the contents of
subdir2/symlink->subdir1 as newly added files. There seems to be no way to get
around this.

Interestingly, if I call up the commit dialog directly from the package browser,
it does not show these files.

Christian Sell

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