|Re: Problems when project contains folder called "tags" [message #513777 is a reply to message #513400]
||Thu, 11 February 2010 09:21
| Igor Burilo
Registered: July 2009
SVN doesn't have support for concepts such as trunk/branches/tags, they're
just copies, so Subversive added them by itself and we consider folder to be
a tag if it or its parent has 'tags' name, there's no other way to
distinguish 'tags' folder from not 'tags' folder. As a workaround you can
change name for tags for repository location by calling Location Properties
action on repository location in Repositories View and then in Advanced tab
change name for tags, but this will have influence on whole repository
> First off, I know what tags are in Subversion and how to use them; this
> post isn't about that.
> I have a project that contains a folder coincidentally called "tags" (it
> actually contains custom JSPX tag definitions). Whenever I commit an add,
> edit, or delete to a file located within this folder, Subversive warns me
> that I am about to commit to a tag. This is not actually the case as I am
> working on the trunk. I believe Subversive (or maybe the underlying SVN
> client) is getting confused by the fact that the folder is called "tags".
> I have replicated this in a simple project.
> The other weird symptom is that my project's "tags" folder (which remember
> doesn't actually contain SVN tags) is decorated in the "SVN Repositories"
> view with the flag icon (same as a real SVN tags folder) instead of the
> standard folder icon.
> Is this a known issue? Are there any workarounds other than renaming the
> I'm using:
> Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation) Version 0.7.8.I20091023-1300
> Subversive SVN Connectors 2.2.1.I20091009-1900
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