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[Subclipse-users] Project level dirty flags can't be removed?

From: Peter C. Chapin <pcc482719_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 10:26:51 -0400


I understand that a project is considered dirty if it contains any
unversioned (and unignored) files. Rather than explicitly ignoring all
the various files that I might keep unversioned in my working copy, I
decided it would be better (for me) to just turn off the dirty flag at
the project level.

In the Subclipse preferences, in the "Label Decorations" dialog, on the
"text" tab, I removed "{dirty_flag}" from the Folder Format and Project
Format settings. However, I kept the {dirty_flag} on the File Format
settings. This did not appear to work. My projects containing
unversioned (and unignored) files are still shown as dirty. This is true
even after restarting the workbench. Is this a bug or am I missing

I'm using Eclipse 3.3.2 and Subclipse 1.4.2.


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