I think this may be a bug in subclipse but I'm not entirely sure. I've got a
repository on localhost using the JavaHL interface so I can use file:///
It appears that during the course of an update, subclipse fails to update the
revision number for the root directory of a project.
During the course of working on some python code and after doing a few
commits, I decided to add some files to svn:ignore. That works, and then I
need to commit that. That commit fails because subclipse believes the
directory is not in sync. I do an update through eclipse, try again and get
the same error. Figured maybe it wasn't updating the revision number for the
directory itself, so I do a svn up from the command line. Then from eclipse I
do my commit and it goes through perfectly fine.
Kubuntu 5.10 fully updated
Current versions of Eclipse, PyDev, Subclipse, SVN
Sun JDK 1.5.05
Had to build SVN myself but used apt system to do this. Seems Kubuntu doesn't
build the JavaHL library by default, so I did that myself.
Received on Tue Dec 20 04:51:38 2005
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