Symlinks

Please forgive me if this has been covered elsewhere (I have had a few looks and found nothing useful). I am having a problem with symlinks in my project.

I have created a project from existing files and have added my SFTP location (ubuntu server). On the server /home/ contains maybe 10 symlinks all of which point to working copies from SVN. e.g. /home/abcd/ will point to /home/user/svn/abcd/trunk/home/abcd/, /home/foo/ will point to /home/user/svn/foo/trunk/home/foo/

When selecting the files for my project if i select /home/ the only thing i can see is the user folder in home. Namely it does not recognize the symlinks and hides them. I can easily enough add the location /home/user/svn and have access to all the files however the symlinks were intended to avoid having to traverse trunk/home/abcd to get to the files and locations specified in my includes/requires are not recognized. Is this a known issue? Is there something simple I can do to resolve this? Am i missing something? I am willing to try anything.

I am running  PhpStorm EAP-107.94 on OS X 10.6.7

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Hello Jim,

We've got a related bugreport where IDE reports an error for symlinks: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/WI-5627.

Two questions please:
If you connect with some other SFTP client, can you see these symlinks?
Can you please turn on SFTP logging and attach / e-mail your log files?

Thanks,
Kirill

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Sorry for taking so long to reply. To answer your questions:

1) Every other SFTP client has been fine. I have connected and tested with quite a few including ZendStudio, FileZilla, Cyberduck
2) I am happy to email along the logs, where do they need to go?

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Hello Jim,

2) to kirill (dot) safonov (at) jetbrains (dot) com please

Regards,
Kirill

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