3177 commit project ....

I have a project that is being used since 3126. I reloaded the project in 3177. I tried ctrl+k on that project. The commit project dialog identified all the changes correctly but bunch (NOT ALL) files have a line striking through them. I am wondering what does that line strike signify? If I do a diff and all on those files, I am getting correct diff.

I know that the release notes asked to recreate the project and wondering if this has anything to do with the fact that this is not recreated project.

thanks
vinay

PS: I happen to have a smartcvs project for the same cvs modules.

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Vinay Moharil wrote:

I have a project that is being used since 3126. I reloaded the
project in 3177. I tried ctrl+k on that project. The commit project
dialog identified all the changes correctly but bunch (NOT ALL) files
have a line striking through them. I am wondering what does that line
strike signify?


That means the file is excluded from the commit. Right click and select
"Include into Commit" to remove the strike and include the files again.

Bas

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Why is it that some files are automatically excluded from checkin while others are not?

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The only guess is you could accidentally pres DEL key, which is a shortcut
for exclude action.

Why is it that some files are automatically excluded from checkin
while others are not?



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I'm observing this too. Excluded file names are rendered with strike-through font face. What I sometimes observe is that some files that are part of the to-commit set, aren't in the file-tree in the first place.

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