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RE: Re: [Subclipse-users] Select unversioned resources on commit

From: Jakub Niezgoda <qooban_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2013 01:47:07 -0700 (PDT)

I know that it's very old topic, but I hope to get answer.

I am using Subclipse 1.8.16. That parameter: "Select unversioned recources on commit" is not present in that version. Probably it was removed during that 6 years since the first post was written in that topic.

IMHO it was very helpful option. In my case there are a lot of temporary files generated inside project. It is not efficient to declare ignored resources pattern for all of them or perform svn:ignore actions.

I am wondering if it will be possible to get that checkbox (Select unversioned resources on commit) back?

> On 6/5/07, Elliotte Harold <eharold at accoona dot com> wrote:
> > This is a defect report:
> >
> > The preference to "Select unversioned resources on commit" should be enabled by default.
> > Repeatedly I have been bitten by committing a new file and then only later discovering that it is
> > not in the repository. I am given no warning that the commit has, for all intents and purposes,
> >failed.
> >
> > Indeed I question the wisdom of including this prefernece at all. If I select a file and commit it,
> > why would I not want it to be added to the repository? I suspect this preference could be
> > eliminated completely.
> There was a time that it was the default and several users made
> convincing arguments. Such as they had files they did not want to
> commit and it is impossible to completely remove something once it was
> committed etc...
> The preference is needed because Subclipse allows you to select
> something like your top-level project folder and take the Commit
> option. It then shows all the modified/unversioned resources in the
> commit dialog. I agree there are situations where we ought to do
> better. For example, adding an unversioned file to a change set in
> the Synch view should Add it to version control. Also if you
> specifically select a resource (your example) it would also make
> sense.
> Feel free to file an enhancement in our issue tracker.
> --
> Thanks
> Mark Phippard
> http://markphip.blogspot.com/


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