Mark Phippard wrote:
> Created new bug for this. See
> As you know Synch view is not really my area of the code, but I would
> guess when the project is deleted nothing is capturing that event and
> removing it from the synch view, or something along those lines. When
> new project is added, you get all these change events where the local
> info has new values, but the Synch view is still operating off a cache
> of the remote information. Perhaps it could know this scenario and
> essentially re-run the Synch?
Strange. There are several implementations of the
SyncFileChangeListener, TeamPrivateListener and StatusCacheManager (most
probably we need FileModificationManager). Those are registered on
plugin startup, but it doesn't seem like either of them subscribed on
project closing and deletion events (see
Also note that kicking Synchronization does not help to fix the
changes and I have to remove it from Synch view and create again.
Perhaps there is something with the state of the cache for those projects.
> I have to confess that just talking about this I cannot even think of
> what the "right" thing to do would be. I am guessing you do not want
> the projects removed from the Synch view, and is re-running the Synch
> process the right thing to do either?
Not sure what you mean by removing from Synch view. I would expect
that Sunch view won't show any changes for those projects when they are
closed or deleted, but when they came back it should refresh its state
and projects should reappear with new changes.
Right now they do appear back in Sunch view, but changes shown in
Synch view for them have nothing to do with the reality.
> Bigger question might be whether we have any contributors around any
> more to look at this? Martin is the one who got the view really
> working well in its current state. I think Brock knows a good deal
> about it too.
I was waiting if anyone would comment on this, but it seems like we
lost them. :-(
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Received on Wed Jan 24 06:50:28 2007