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Re: Pending change marker on svn:ignored directories

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-06-07 20:18:15 CEST

news <news@sea.gmane.org> wrote on 06/07/2006 01:41:39 PM:

> We have several Eclipse projects in Subversion, which have two folders
> the main project folder: a src folder for holding the souce files, and a
> folder for holding generated class files. To keep all the class files
out of
> the repository, we've added "bin" to the svn:ignore property for the
> project folder.
> Previously, the bin folder would show in Explorer with no markers at
all, and
> had no .svn folders within it. This worked great, and I feel is the
> behavior.

> I don't know if this is a problem with TortoiseSVN or Subversion itself,
but it
> seriously degrades the usefulness of the markers in Explorer, since all
of our
> project folders are perpetually marked as having changes that need to be
> checked in.

Why aren't you using Subclipse? If you were, those .svn folders would not
get put into the bin folder. This is not a problem in TortoiseSVN or
Subversion, it is just that those .svn folders should not be there. The
fact that they are makes your WC invalid. The Eclipse build copies them
there from the src folders. When Subclipse is installed, this does not
happen because Eclipse knows that it shouldn't.


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