|Re: Searching a git project [message #1724808 is a reply to message #895452]
||Fri, 26 February 2016 08:46
| Virgilio Ravagli
Registered: February 2016
Location: Genova, Italy
Hi Bruce and all.|
I found a similar problem of yours.
I'm working with three PyDev Django projects, I call them A, B and C. They are not new projects, I have to start taking them from a remote Git Server, where there are A.git, B.git and C.git.
So, I start Eclipse, Git perspective, I clone A and B as local, and when I switch to PyDev perspective I see them fine.
But when I do the same operation for C, I see the project in Git perspective, but switching in PyDev perspective I see...nothing !
It isn't fair.
Luckily I found this post and was able to workaround: coming back to Git perspective, using "import projects" as a new project, and all is good.
The strange thing is: why does it work fine for A and B, and fail for C ? I haven't been able till now to figure it out.
The only difference between A and B on one side, and C on the other side, is this: C's name is longer than the other names.
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