[OWASP-ESAPI] Slightly OT: Need help w/ subversion and adding new file

Neil Matatall nmatatal at uci.edu
Wed Aug 12 22:38:48 EDT 2009

I've used Subclipse pretty successfully.  I have used Subversive, but 
switched because of errors that didn't make much sense possibly like 
this one.

What happens when you right-click the file, team->Synchronize?  If it 
shows an arrow with a plus sign, try committing from that screen.

I've never had to use "Team-->Add to version control", the new files 
show up along with the modified files in the synchronization perspective.


silky wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 12:26 PM, Kevin W. Wall<kevin.w.wall at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> I'm relatively new to subversion and have been doing most of the commits through
>> a Subversion Eclipse plugin (Subversive).
>> I tried selecting a new Java file corresponding to a new Java class and
>> right clicking on it, selecting 'Team-->Add to Version Control...' but
>> I get a window that pops up with nothing selected in it and the 'OK' button
>> is grayed out. And 'Team-->Commit...' gives an error about not yet being
>> in version control.
>> So how do I add a new file? (I've tried reading through a few tutorials,
>> but I don't have tons of copious spare time so any direct answers are welcome--
>> as long as their correct! :)
> AFAICT you're doing it correctly in terms of the 'svn' process; so I
> can only imagine that the Subversive plugin isn't working correctly.
> Personally I use TortiseSVN and do things from the explorer window (in
> windows) and life is quite good.
>> -kevin
>> --
>> Kevin W. Wall
>> Question: Are people who appear as wax figures in Madame Tussaud's
>>           Wax Museum enshrined in tallowed halls?       - me

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