Reinhard Brandstaedter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
on 07/19/2005 03:54:24 AM:
> I've cross-checked Eclipse 3.0.2 with Subclipse 0.9.31 and Rational
> Software Architect 188.8.131.52 with Subclipse 0.9.31.
> I've created a test model file in a clean Subversion repository (created
> commited to the repository within Software Architect with older
> Subclipse without problems). The settings you mentioned (read
> only,derived) are not set nor any read only flag in the filesystem
> (except the default on folders in windows XP).
> What happens:
> - I can open/modify the model file from within a clean Eclipse 3.0.2
> installation with Subclipse 0.9.31 as a text file without any locking
> - I can open the model file from Software Architect with Subclipse
> 0.9.31 without any locking issue, but as soon as I want to modify the
> model (add a class) I get a request to lock the file several times (as
> described before)
> Since it's working with a clean eclipse, the question is what's the
> difference between eclipse/RSA when it comes to edit the model, except
> Eclipse opens/edits as a normal text file and RSA has a GUI for
> I hope this is not too off-topic since its really SA weighted right now.
I think the additional checks we added will stop the dialog from popping
up. Let me know if the next release does not fix it.
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Received on Wed Jul 20 05:44:27 2005