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Re: [Subclipse-users] Buggy behavior due to subclipse?

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2008 15:31:12 -0400

On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 3:16 PM, Miquel Martin <me_at_miquelmartin.org> wrote:

> When sharing a Dynamic Web Project from eclipse, subclipse doesn't add the
> .settings folder contents. As a result, the project facet configuration is
> lost, and the Dyn project becomes a normal java project when checked out
> elsewhere.
> Since the .settings is hidden, there's no eclipse-way of adding it (you've
> got to add it manually elsewhere). I think this behavior's wrong, and
> different from previous versions of Eclipse/Subversion (?)
> Who suggests what should be added and what not into the repository? If it's
> subclipse, I think we've got a sort of bug. If it's elsewhere, could anyone
> point me in the right direction so I can go nag where I should? :)

There are basically only two reasons something will not show up in the
commit dialog:

1) It is in the Team > Ignored Resources list in your preferences.

2) It has been marked as derived by the tool that created it. You can
see this by right-clicking on item in Eclipse and choose Properties.
Then look at Resource properties for Derived checkbox.

If you open the general Navigator view it shows all folders.

The .settings file gets shared when I do it, but mine is created by
JDT and Mylyn. Perhaps your tool marks the item as derived?

Mark Phippard
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