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Re: Eclipse 2.1, 3M7 and 0.9.0 test build

From: Daniel Bradby <dbradby_at_bigpond.net.au>
Date: 2004-02-24 01:41:13 CET

Ian,

Thanks for the feedback. I've raisied an issue on this
http://subclipse.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=54

Ian Brockbank wrote:

>Hi Daniel,
>
>
>
>>For anyone who wants to try the latest build, I have put up a test
>>release at
>>
>>
>>
>http://subclipse.tigris.org/files/documents/906/10692/org.tigris.subvers
>ion.subclipse_0.9.0.zip
>
>Thanks!
>
>Most things seem fine to me (Eclipse 3.0M7, Subversion 0.37, Windows XP)
>with one exception: svn:externals support is completely broken (as
>opposed to partially working, which it used to be).
>
>I have a project with a couple of directories mapped to different URLs
>via svn:externals.
>
>I can do diffs fine against files in the main project.
>If I try to compare a file in the svn:externals directories, it tries to
>compare as if there was no svn:externals, and (not surprisingly)
>subversion complains it doesn't exist.
>
>This used to work (with McClain's build and Eclipse 3.0M6), as long as I
>was only working in the externally mapped directory, and wasn't doing a
>recursive operation which started outside the external directory and
>took me into it.
>
>Ian Brockbank C.Eng. MBCS
>Applications Software Engineer
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Received on Tue Feb 24 11:41:13 2004

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