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Re: [Subclipse-users] Synchronize view - individual files not showing?

From: Jay Levitt <lists-subclipse_at_shopwatch.org>
Date: 2007-09-04 21:51:18 CEST

Mark Phippard wrote:
> On 9/4/07, Jay Levitt <lists-subclipse@shopwatch.org> wrote:
>> Another team member committed some changes to our repository. In
>> Synchronize view, for one of the changesets, I see the folders
>> containing files he changed, but not the actual files themselves. They
>> appear in one of the bottom-right panes, but of course there there's no
>> context menu or ability to use Quick Diff.
>> Could this be related to committing a folder vs. committing individual
>> files, or the use of svn commit --recursive? Would they appear
>> differently to Subclipse?
> The change set view will only show an item once. I'd expect the files
> to show up under their most recent change.

Hmm, OK, I'll see if that's what's happening.

> There is no distinction made about a type of commit.

Good to know.

> BTW, everyone can arrange Eclipse to look however they want, so screen
> locations do not mean anything to anyone. You would need to give view
> names.

Yeah, you caught me weasel-wording my way out of the fact that I killed
my fail case by updating, so I could no longer tell you where I saw the
filenames appearing... turns out they were in the bottom-left pane of
the History view.


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