> I recently upgraded to Helios from Galileo, and to the Subclipse 1.6.x
> plug-in. Prior to the upgrade, all label decorations the Project Explorer
> reflected their state in SVN, e.g. if I changed a file in my workspace, the
> associated file decoration contained a white asterisk in a black background
> to indicate that the workspace and repository file differed.
> After the upgrade, some files behave as before, but others are no longer
> synchronized in that manner and their is no indication as to whether they
> differ from their repository versions. For those files, their label
> decoration is (and remains) sort of a light gray rectangle with a backslash
> through it. Here is an image of it
> http://old.nabble.com/file/p31229705/StrangeDecoration.jpg >
> and here is the label decoration that I expected, and which does appear for
> some files:
> http://old.nabble.com/file/p31229705/ExpectedDecoration.jpg >
> In some cases, I have two files in the same directory, where one
> synchronizes correctly while the other doesn't. Both files have the same
> permissions, and when I look at their Subversion properties, they show
> identical SVN Url, repository root, status, and properties status. If I
> change the file with the incorrect label decoration and do an SVN compare,
> it is correct and I can also check it in. Does anyone know how to fix this
> decoration problem? Thank you.
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