Subversion plugin

If I copy a file to my project (under Subversion) using the OS or some other environment outside of IDEA, I must add it (svn add) for committing to the Subversion. This means that I must do a status check (svn status) before each check-in to ensure that I haven't forgotten one or more local files.

Is it possible for the plugin to somehow warn me of local files that are not ignored (svn:ignore propset) and not part of the local Subversion working copy (svn status = ?) ?

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Hello Tony,

TM> If I copy a file to my project (under Subversion) using the OS or
TM> some other environment outside of IDEA, I must add it (svn add) for
TM> committing to the Subversion. This means that I must do a status
TM> check (svn status) before each check-in to ensure that I haven't
TM> forgotten one or more local files.
TM>
TM> Is it possible for the plugin to somehow warn me of local files that
TM> are not ignored (svn:ignore propset) and not part of the local
TM> Subversion working copy (svn status = ?) ?

In IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 beta, such files are displayed under the "Unversioned
files" node in the Changes view.

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Dmitry Jemerov
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