"Martin Letenay" <email@example.com> wrote on 06/29/2005 11:37:11 AM:
> I've found it.
> I had to create a fresh workspace since the old was obviously corrupted
> The problem was in the SyncFileChangeListener.
> I should not do two unrelated things at the same time ...
> Besides the preformance improvements, I've dedided to also a fix a small
> Which at the end was not bug at all and I just created a new one.
> According to class comment the SyncFileChangeListener:
> * When a change occurs in one of these files :
> * - all files in the directory (.svn/..) are refreshed
> But not the .svn files were refreshed but the normal files.
> So I "fixed" that. But I shouldn't since the normal files HAVE TO be
> refreshed ...
> Once again, my humble appologies ...
No need to apologize.
This does indeed make it better, but I am still seeing a problem.
I did one add, one modify and one delete and committed. I then did a
Synch from another session. This does not show the Modify. If I just do
a Team -> Update on the project, it does bring in the update but Synch is
not showing it.
Also, incoming adds still do not show a revision number. I am not sure if
I consider that a problem or not.
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Received on Thu Jun 30 01:46:49 2005