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Re: Subclipse commit malfunction

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Mon, 9 Mar 2009 09:44:47 -0500

On Mar 8, 2009, at 01:40, Joan Barros wrote:

> I'm currently using subclipse to manage a Joomla! project that I'm
> developing using Eclipse and PHP Development Tools for Eclipse.
> When I open the commit dialog it selects by default all the files
> but not the files scheduled for add, delete or modify as it says on
> the help. Also it doesn't say if the file is modified, added,
> deleted or unversioned as the screenshot in the help shows.
> I think I'm probably using it wrong but the behaviour of the
> Tortoise SVN Commit dialog is totally different and more comftable.
> If there is a way to configure subclipse to behave as the Tortoise
> SVN Dialog please point it to me. Because right now I have to do
> the commits thru Tortoise SVN because It doesn't select the
> versioned files by default as Tortoise SVN.

Ask the Subclipse mailing list instead of this one.


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