|Looks as if there's a CVS decorator for "compressed" Java Resources sitting in the middle of that plugin:|
The attached image show what it does (disabled on the left, active on the right)
I guess that the "Java Resources"-folder is a synthetic node which doesn't correspond one-to-one with a IResource, and so doesn't get decorated by default.
On 05/10/2012, at 23.34, Konstantin Komissarchik wrote:
I just discovered that org.eclipse.jst.servlet.ui depends on CVS plugins.
This makes it impossible to create an install with WTP, but no CVS plugins. Since CVS is becoming progressively less relevant, this requirement is progressively becoming more important.
Before I dive in to figure out why this is so, does anyone know why?
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