Mark Phippard wrote:
> Denny Valliant <email@example.com> 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.
That's as may be, but this happens 100% consistently for me with a
of different releases of Subclipse and at least 2 major revisions of
> 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.
I have no such programs on my system.
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Received on Tue Sep 26 00:55:08 2006