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Re: [Subclipse-users] Error message: Element not found: ......./.svn/prop-base -- but that directory DOES exist

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-14 00:24:41 CEST

On 9/13/07, Jim Garrison <Jim.Garrison@troux.com> wrote:
> I should add that after this error occurs, Eclipse is in a 100%
> background CPU loop. If I try to close Eclipse I get a dialog saying it's
> waiting for a background process to complete, but it never does.
Importing projects is fairly common, but could mean different things to
different people. What exactly did you do? This is what I would recommend:


The 100% CPU thing sounds like one known problem. Subclipse does not
support having multiple projects in your workspace that are nested inside
each other. Could that be happening? In other words your workspace

  |-- ChildProject1
     |-- ChildProject1Files
  |-- ChildProject1Files

I do not believe that Refresh error is even coming from Subclipse. That
looks like it is an error with Eclipse refreshing the workspace content
after the Import.

Mark Phippard
Received on Fri Sep 14 00:21:55 2007

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