|Eclipse STS 2.5.1 eGit commit issue: lots of files with unknown status [message #648909]
||Sat, 15 January 2011 06:13
| Fred Janon
Registered: January 2011
I am a bit stuck, I use Eclipse STS with eGit. I created the Git repository and committed the project. I then changed the Grails plugins directory to be in my project, so I can commit its content in the Git repository.|
Now Git shows me all the Spring Security files (the ones in the user dir I guess) with an 'unknown' status when I want to do a commit. I have to deselect all the files before I can commit. I think I need to tell eGit to ignore the old plugin directory, but it doesn't show anywhere in the Eclipse project hierarchy. Is there a way out of this?
Here is the error message I get when I try to commit if I don't deselect all the unknown files one by one (very painful):
C:\SRMS\ents and Settings\Administrator\.grails\1.3.4\projects\SRMS\plugins\s pring-security-core-1.0.1\src\java\org\codehaus\groovy\grail s\plugins\springsecurity\SecurityEventListener.java (The system cannot find the path specified)
Any idea of where to look?
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