Re: subclipse update command
> Everytime a commit is done with the Subversion a new version of the
> repository is created and if a update command is run in the command line,
> it shows all files with the same version number.
> But doing the same procedure from the subclipse graphic client, it shows
> different version numbers for each file and directory in the workspace.
> seems to be that the version number of each object corresponds to the
> repository version number that it had when this object was commited.
> So my question is: Is it normal or it is a Subclipse`s bug?
What Subclipse is showing is correct, and is also what you would see with
the command line. While the repository knows the state of every file at
every revision number, the general convention is to show the revisions that
the file was actually modified. For example, run svn log on a specific
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Received on Sun Mar 13 12:45:31 2005
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