Ignored resources don't match command line per decorators.

Asked by Ian Brandt on 2008-12-21

Bazaar 1.10
bzr-xmlotuput 0.8.1
BzrEclipse 1.1.1.191
Eclipse 3.4.1 M20080911-1700
MyEclipse 7.0.0.zmyeclipse70020081206

Certain resources are not decorated as unknown that are otherwise shown as such by bzr status on the command line.

Steps to reproduce:

- Create a new general project.
- Create a new file, '.bzrignore', leaving it empty.
- Right-click the project and choose Team > Share Project..., accepting the defaults for Bazaar in the resulting wizard.

bzr status on the command line shows the '.bzrignore' file as unknown, but BzrEclipse does not decorate it as such. In Preferences > Team > Ignored Resources I have everything unchecked. Is this expected behavior for BzrEclipse? If so is it configurable?

I've noticed this for other resources as well. For example if I create a new Maven2 project using the standard archetype, the 'classes' and 'test-classes' folders under the 'target' directory are not decorated. Perhaps this is m2eclipse's doing?

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2008-12-21
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2008-12-25
Guillermo Gonzalez (verterok) said : #1

Ian,

It seems there is a bug in the bzr-eclipse decoration code.

Thanks for reporting this.

I'll create a bug from this question.

Regards,

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