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RE: [Subclipse-users] Bug: commiting a file marks the directory as incoming change

From: MATHUS Baptiste <mathus.b_at_mipih.fr>
Date: 2006-11-13 14:54:00 CET

+1 for the first behaviour : all the parent folders up to the root are marked as incoming changes when I commit a file in a folder. It's not a problem : I usually just run update, it does nothing and this disappears. So, I don't really care about it, but in fact, it's a little bit unuseful to have to do it, so if it is reproducible and correctable, I would be glad to test it :-).
I think I used to have the first part of the second problem too, but I do not have it anymore. Isn't it because some repositories are contained "inside" some others ?
-- Baptiste


        De : Henry Krause [mailto:henry@dasburo.com]
        Envoyé : lundi 13 novembre 2006 14:36
        À : users@subclipse.tigris.org
        Objet : [Subclipse-users] Bug: commiting a file marks the directory as incoming change

        My subclipse is now almost unusable.


        When I commit a file (cqfwk/src/de/rbb/osiris/cqfwk/taglib/IncludeTag.java in this case) the enclosing folders are marked as incoming change:




        When I update, the project top node appears twice:



        Outgoing changes in other folders disappear.


        The Misbehaviour lasts until restarting eclipse.



Received on Mon Nov 13 14:54:28 2006

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