Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 128328
C/C++ Projects view doesn't handle changes in .* files
Last modified: 2014-08-11 01:46:25 EDT
Description of problem:
In the C/C++ Projects view try adding/deleting/renaming a .* file in a
C/C++ project, the view will not record any change, ie if you add .foo
it won't show up, if you delete .foo it will still show up, if you
move .foo to .bar .foo will still be the displayed name for the file.
The changes are made correctly in the file system. I've encountered
similar behavior with files without .* names but with less certainty,
it seems to happen only once you've tried moving around .* files.
However if you attempt the same actions on a Java Project in the C/C++
Projects view they will works as intended.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create new C project, Standard Make Project and switch to C/C++
perspective as prompted and "C/C++ Projects" view
2. Create new File, ".foo" in project
3. Turn off filter for .* and look in project.
.foo is not listed, other .* files are (.cdtproject, .project)
.foo should be listed with other .* files
To get the changes to show up you can close and reopen the project
tracking upstream bug
Was fixed upstream and will be in upstream 2.0.1
not quite yet
Upstream bug fixed.