Irida Perforce integration and files not in the client view

Our project is a multi module project where some of the modules are managed
by perforce, and some are not.
When Idea queries the perforce status for the files that are not managed,
we get an annoying dialog saying that they are not managed (thanks for this
information ;) )
Is there anyway to get rid of this dialog?

The associated stack is:
at com.rne.perforce.perforce.PerfCommands.checkError(PerfCommands.java:811)
at com.rne.perforce.perforce.PerfCommands.p4fstat(PerfCommands.java:380)
at com.rne.perforce.application.PerforceManager.calcStatus(PerforceManager.java:160)

at com.rne.perforce.application.PerforceManager.access$000(PerforceManager.java:57)

at com.rne.perforce.application.PerforceManager$2.run(PerforceManager.java:105)

at com.intellij.util.Alarm$1.run(Alarm.java:85)
at com.intellij.util.Alarm$2.run(Alarm.java:226)
at com.intellij.util.Alarm$MyThread.run(Alarm.java:242)


1 comment

Fixed. Thanks!

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"Regis Brettevillois" <regis@libelis.com> wrote in message
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Our project is a multi module project where some of the modules are

managed

by perforce, and some are not.
When Idea queries the perforce status for the files that are not managed,
we get an annoying dialog saying that they are not managed (thanks for

this

information ;) )
Is there anyway to get rid of this dialog?

>

The associated stack is:
at

com.rne.perforce.perforce.PerfCommands.checkError(PerfCommands.java:811)

at com.rne.perforce.perforce.PerfCommands.p4fstat(PerfCommands.java:380)
at

com.rne.perforce.application.PerforceManager.calcStatus(PerforceManager.java
:160)
>

at

com.rne.perforce.application.PerforceManager.access$000(PerforceManager.java
:57)
>

at

com.rne.perforce.application.PerforceManager$2.run(PerforceManager.java:105)
>

at com.intellij.util.Alarm$1.run(Alarm.java:85)
at com.intellij.util.Alarm$2.run(Alarm.java:226)
at com.intellij.util.Alarm$MyThread.run(Alarm.java:242)

>
>


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