Green directory with enabled CVS integration

What does a green directory means when CVS integration is enabled?

Tom

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If it's the same as a green file (I haven't tried the new CVS integration yet), it should mean that the directory contains a newly added file which hasn't been commited yet.

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Sounds logically, but even when all files are committed fine, the
directory remains green. Restart does not help.

Tom


Marcus Brito <pazu@animegaiden.com.br> schrieb:

>If it's the same as a green file (I haven't tried the new CVS integration yet), it should mean that the directory contains a newly added file which hasn't been commited yet.

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I think this is due to a bug or not yet complete feature within the CVS
integration. If you use the "Mark Project as Current" menu item the
directory will turn back to its normal colour, although I'm not sure what
other side effects this might have.

Hope that helps,
Vil.

Thomas Singer wrote:

Sounds logically, but even when all files are committed fine, the
directory remains green. Restart does not help.

Tom


Marcus Brito <pazu@animegaiden.com.br> schrieb:

>>If it's the same as a green file (I haven't tried the new CVS integration yet), it should mean that the directory contains a newly added file which hasn't been commited yet.



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