|Re: .svn folders not hidden after Share on existing checkout until close/open [message #496170 is a reply to message #496070]
||Mon, 09 November 2009 09:21
| Igor Burilo
Registered: July 2009
If you use Share Project Wizard after importing project it is a bit strange,
because it should be automatic project share or did you disable this option
in prefrences (Windows/Preferences/Team/SVN 'Enable automatic project share'
option)? If you disbaled this option, then it's ok that project isn't
Probably SVN versions are different for Subversive and external SVN client,
e.g. TortoiseSVN uses SVN 1.5 but Subversive uses SVN 1.6. But I checked
this case and it works in my environment.
If it's possible could you please provide detailed steps how to reproduce
the problem, maybe I missed some important detail? (I even tried it with a
clean jee Eclipse distribution.)
> Hi Igor and thanks for your note/test results.
> I should clarify - this only occurs (AFAIK) on checkouts that were made
> from a non-Eclipse/non-Subversive client, where those projects are then
> imported into Eclipse IDE via File-Import-Existing Projects... . This
> occurs on both Windows (Tortoise SVN) and Linux (Collabnet SVN).
> Occasionally I find myself working with an external SVN client and
> working-copy, then I want to import the project into Eclipse and link with
> the Subversive Team SVN provider.
> I've just noticed on Windows/Tortoise with a JDT project in J2EE
> perspective, that the topmost .svn folder seems to be hidden, but the
> lower-levels under src/main/java remain with .svn folders showing until
> the project is closed/re-opened.
> After fixing this is harder to reproduce using the same project, but seems
> to be achievable by deleting the project (keeping files), removing the
> location from SVN locations, and restarting the workbench.
> Nothiing interesting in the logs. Build id: 20090920-1017 (Linux x86_64).
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