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Re: Error when "fetching affected paths" in subclipse bug

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-07-11 20:18:00 CEST

Ingo Adler <dev@synacon.ch> wrote on 07/11/2005 02:06:41 PM:

> Mark Phippard wrote:
>
> >It might be a new bug, but more likely the problem is that you did Show
> >History on a branch, the history is showing info of changes that came
> >before the branch was created. So the error is telling you that the
branch
> >does not exist at that revision. There is really know way around the
> >fundamental problem, TortoiseSVN also suffers from this. I did add a
> >workaround that exists in 0.9.31. If you properly defined your
repository
> >root URL in your repository connection, then we use the root URL when
> >asking for the revisions. This should allow Subclipse to be able to
> >retrieve them since the root URL always exists.
> >
> >Mark
> >
> >
> I have this problem too with 0.9.31. I'm doing a Show History on a moved

> file. I can't do a Blame neither.
> TortoiseSVN works with this file. I connected the Eclipse workspace to
> the already checked out files with "Share Project", so I didn't define
> the respository root URL explicitly.

The repository root can be added after the fact. See if that helps. We
didn't do anything with Blame in this area, but since it does a Show
History, perhaps it is just having problems in that part of the process.

Mark

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