|.git Folder Visible in Navigator [message #653346]
||Wed, 09 February 2011 13:30
| No real name
Registered: February 2011
I've been using SVN/Subversive for years and wanted to get into Git. I've decided to give EGit a try. |
When I follow the tutorial on this page:
...I end up with a project and a git repository and everything (including git-related stuff) seems to work fine. I can commit, view history, etc. However, when I view the project in a navigator view, the .git repository folder is visible and shows in the view as unversioned-files.
This doesn't seem right. None of the screenshots in the tutorials show a visible .git folder. Also, when I clone a remote git repository and create a new project from it, the .git folder is properly hidden from view.
Is there something simple I'm missing here? Is this a known bug?
I'm running Helios on Windows. I have the most recent EGit plugin as of the time of this writing.
|Re: .git Folder Visible in Navigator [message #654181 is a reply to message #653747]
||Mon, 14 February 2011 14:00
Registered: July 2009
On 10/02/2011 23:02, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:|
> Okay, I figured it out. I was running the 0.10.1 release. I installed to
> bleeding edge build and was eventually able to solve it.
> Interestingly, even after upgrading the plug-in the .git folder still
> would not go away in my previously existing project. Opening and closing
> the preexisting project didn't get rid of the folder either.
> I had to create a new project, close it, and reopen it, then the folder
> finally went away.
> I hope this helps someone out there. Thanks for your help.
> - Mike
I discovered that if I share a project with the project tree nodes open
then I can see the .git folder in Package Explorer (assuming you haven't
filtered "*.resources"). But share the project with the project node
collapsed and you don't see it.
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