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Re: [Subclipse-users] .svn dirs visible on initial checkin

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-08 04:45:12 CEST

Denny Valliant <valliant@unm.edu> wrote on 09/07/2006 09:36:36 PM:

> Antranig Basman wrote:
> > On performing an initial checkin via Share Project..., the resulting
> > .svn directories created become visible in Eclipse and are not hidden
> > until the project is closed and opened again. Is this a known problem?
> Know problem. IIRC it's a timing issue, Eclipse doesn't fire the hook
> in time for Subversion to get it... something like that.
> Not sure what the current status is, is the ball here or at eclipse, but
> it is known.
> Did you check the issue tracker? I'm worthless, or I'd have a link
> handy for you.

There are no known issues or problems with this. I have not seen anything
like this in well over a year.

When there were problems, they were described as "timing" problems, but
that makes them sound random and they were not. They could be recreated.
The "timing" problem was figuring out how to get our code to run and mark
the folders as team private before it was too late.

There might be an issue here, but if it there is, it is not as simple as
"Share Project". There has to be more to the equation.

If this is on Windows, I would not rule out problems with an Antivirus or
Spyware program. Some of them have been known to cause all sorts of odd
problems like this.


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