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[Subclipse-users] Double commit needed after replacing a file in Eclipse

From: Jaan Vajakas <jaanvajakas_at_hot.ee>
Date: 2006-12-16 00:00:24 CET

Here's another issue. Suppose I have two projects - A and B - open in an
Eclipse workspace, both under version control. I have a file named F in
both projects (it does not matter whether F is a source code file or
some other file). Let's say I have a newer version of file F in project
A and I want to copy it to project B. In Package Explorer I copy file F
from project A to project B (by dragging it with the mouse while holding
down the Control key), replacing&nbsp; the file F in project B. Then if
I want to commit project B I must commit it twice: before the first
commit the file F in project B is regarded as "deleted", with the first
commit the file F is deleted from the repository and becomes
"unversioned" and with the second commit I can add it to the repository
again. This double commit is somewhat tedious, thus I think something
should be changed in Subclipse so that one commit would suffice.

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Received on Sat Dec 16 00:00:41 2006

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