Can't Checkin Directories

Right clicking and choosing Check In Project from the menu ALWAYS results in a "Nothing was found to check in" even though there are several files buried several directories deep that have been modified.

Right clicking on a specific file and choosing Commit To Repository works as expected.

Question: why the difference in wording between checking in a directory and checking in a file? What is the difference (if any) between "Checking in" a project and "Commit"ing a file?

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Sorry, but also: why was the dialog box that asks if you want to add a file to CVS (via the New->File menu) removed?

Not every file that we create here is appropriate to add to CVS.

Please add it back in.

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Yes, I want this option back.

I don't want idea auto adding things to cvs. I just created a test directory and it was automatically added to cvs.

http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=11641

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Right clicking and choosing Check In Project from the menu ALWAYS results

in a "Nothing was found to check in" even though there are several files
buried several directories deep that have been modified.

Seems that with 813 install cvs lost info about new files :(

Files created under 813 appear in the check in panel.


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On Tue, 22 Apr 2003 18:56:25 +0000, Carlos Costa e Silva wrote:

I don't want idea auto adding things to cvs. I just created a test
directory and it was automatically added to cvs.


Worse thing I'm finding is that Idea is wanting to automatically add my
compiled classes/generated files to cvs - which is just nasty :(

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Please submit request to the tracker

Mark Derricutt wrote:

On Tue, 22 Apr 2003 18:56:25 +0000, Carlos Costa e Silva wrote:

>>I don't want idea auto adding things to cvs. I just created a test
>>directory and it was automatically added to cvs.


Worse thing I'm finding is that Idea is wanting to automatically add my
compiled classes/generated files to cvs - which is just nasty :(


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