|Re: What means if my folders have a square (and a cross inside of it) in the explorer? [message #504041 is a reply to message #504029]
||Wed, 16 December 2009 21:55
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
> what means if my folders have a square (and a cross inside of it) in the
In the Package Explorer view?
And, you mean a black square with a white asterisk inside?
This signifies that a) your folder (and most likely its contents) are
under source code control and b) either the folder or one of its
children has been modified (is different from the version in the
You can detect the divergent file by opening the folder and looking for
another icon carrying the same black flag with white asterisk. Any time
a dependent file is different from its repository copy, all the folders
that subsume it (are hierarchically superior to it) will carry the same
black flag on their icon.
You can right-click on the file or folder, choose Team, then Commit,
Update, Revert, etc.
Hope this helps,
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