>Mark, you are correct that i am coying directly from repository, not
>Therefore, as you say a commit is performed.
Ok, so subclipse simply displays the Last chnaged revision as supplied by
subversion next to files in the repository view.
However, this does not explain where subclipse gets the information in the
'Resource History' view. I would expect the number at the top to be the
lastest revision, but when a folder is moved it is not.
What does this number relate to and where does it come from?
Perhaps this is a bug with subversion itself as when a folder is moved the
files within that folder do not have their revision number incremented, but
clearly it is a new revision as a commit was performed and the URL is now
>Two points :
>1. I still cant see how the folder move is any different from a file
>2. When you say that subclipse is only showing the information that
>subversion supplies - Subversion must be suppying the lastest revision
>number as it can be viewed in 'Resource History'
Use the svn command line and run the svn info command on the URL of the
file. I think that will answer your question.
Received on Thu Nov 24 20:48:34 2005