2011/1/4 Pazmińo Mazón, Iván Andrés <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> I just moved the directories within the IDE, it's eclipse, and worked on
> them for quite long before being ready to commit. I'm using subversive
If you don't have the command line Subversion client installed, install it on your system, and try the following:
Go to the directory where your files are checked out and run:
C> svn status
This will print out the status of the various files in your working directory. If the first column is an exclamation point (!), it means that the file exists in Subversion, but does not exist in your working directory. If the first column of the report is a question mark (?), it means that the item is not under version control.
I have a feeling that when you moved files around with Eclipse, it didn't inform Subversion what you were doing, and you'll see the files in the directory where they were moved starting with a "?" and in the directory where they were moved from, you'll see a "!".
I just played around with my Subversion install, and see the following:
H:\svn> move groups.pl File
H:\svn> svn status
I first moved the file "groups.pl" to the File directory, and ran "svn status".
H:\svn> svn statusA + File\groups.plM updateRms.cqpl