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Re: [Subclipse-users] Can't add parallel source directories

From: Dennis Forcier <dforcier_at_mindspring.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 12:57:45 -0400

>This is a pretty common scenario. We use it ourselves. I am not
>clear what you are doing though. Is your physical on disk structure
>something like this?
>
>Project
> / bin <-- ignored
> / src <-- versioned
> / test <-- versioned
>

 /src/com/xyx/abc/*.java <- all okay
 /bin <- properly ignored
 /test/com/xyx/abc/*.java & *.class

 /test <- has a .svn folder (no non-directory contents)
 /test/com <- no .svn folder (no non-directory contents)
 /test/com/xyz <- no .svn folder (no non-directory contents)
 /test/com/xyz/abc <- no .svn folder (has files and directories)
  there are several packages above /abc

Eariler I was able to add and commit /test itself (which is why there
is a .svn folder there). Trying to do it again produced the error but
put no .svn folder in any directory above /test.

Just now I explicitly added /test/com on the hunch that it would act
the same way and it did. It threw the cited error but added a .svn
folder in that directory.

Then I tried /test/com/xyz and it behaved differently. When I did the
Team.Add to Version Control it added /abc AND all the (appropriate)
contents! (In other words it worked.)

I wonder if this has something to do with the empty directory levels
above /test?

I'm going to avoid commiting for right now in case you want I should
try backing out and going through this again.

Dennis

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Received on 2008-06-16 18:53:47 CEST

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