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svn status showing "phantom" files?

From: David Findley <davidnfindley_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-04-26 23:25:31 CEST

Hi!

I'm using Subversion 1.0.2 (with the latest Berkley DB
with both patches applied), using the command line
client on Mac OS X 10.3, and using svnserve -d on
Solaris 2.8. I compiled the software I'm using on
both systems from the source.

My problem:

I've added a Java based Eclipse project with an empty
/bin directory. When I check it out fresh, svn status
shows empty, as I would expect. Next, I open the
project in Eclipse and allow it to build the .class
files, which it does. I've also added *.class to
svn:ignore and that seems to work fine.

However, running svn status after the build shows
this:

svn status
    S bin
! bin/com/sbc/test/TestFiles.java
!
bin/com/sbc/ui2/components/JavascriptDelegate.java
! bin/com/sbc/ui2/components/SbcPageLayout.java
! bin/com/sbc/ui2/components/InvertedU.java
...

and the odd thing is that the .java files don't exist
in the file system. I have definately verified this.

Where is it getting these from? Is there something
obvious I'm missing? I've read the manual and faqs
over a few times and can't find anything obvious. I'm
going to investigate further, of course, but if anyone
has any hints or suggestions, I'd greatly appreciate
it!

Thanks,
David Findley

        
                
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