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Re: [Subclipse-users] can project root be different from working copy root?

From: Holger Stratmann <tigris_at_finch.de>
Date: Sun, 18 Oct 2009 18:19:26 +0200

Mark Phippard wrote:
>> workingcopy/project1
>> workingcopy/project2
>> workingcopy/common
>> workingcopy/specsanddocs
>> Can I make this setup work in Subclipse?
> Provided that project1 is the root of the Eclipse project, that works
> fine. That is how I manage my working copy for Subclipse development.
Thanks for the fast answer.
This has miraculously cured itself :-)
I don't know what happened, the decorators are now present after I'd
tried everything to make them appear before posting...

However, maybe it's still worth investigating why I had problems?

I think I did things "backwards":
First, I created my "project from existing source".
Second, I installed Subclipse.
Third, I added the repository location.

Then, no icons. I tried refreshing and cleaning the project, even closed
and restarted Eclipse. Still, no icons.

I checked out "project1" into a new project and it immediately had the
decorators. My existing project still didn't have them.
Another Eclipse restart. Nothing.

Then I posted to the mailing list :-)

After posting, I did some other stuff, not even involving Eclipse.

Now I go back to Eclipse and voilà, there they are... Oh well... What
could I have done differently before?




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