This is solved by using the JavaSVN instead of the JavaHL binding to SVN.
There are a few more discussions in the archives about this issue. The
solution above comes from one the later discussions.
Regards, Denis Koelewijn
On 5/30/06, Andreas Krüger <Andreas.Krueger@eplus.de> wrote:
> A commit involving files from several Eclipse Projects, to the same SVN
> repository, is split up by Subclipse into several individual commits, one
> for each project.
> So what should be a single commit enters the repository in a non-atomic
> This is not nice. After all, "atomic commit" is one of the Good Things we
> SVN users are proud of.
> In our particular setup in this project, we have a "common / server /
> client" - splitup of our code, and will port the whole thing from CVS to
> SVN some time next month or so. I would love to be able to add "atomicity"
> to my internal "subclipse advertising campaign" ;-) .
> This issue had been discussed in a thread "Atomic commit with multiple
> projects" back in October 2004. (If you send an email to
> firstname.lastname@example.org , that will give you those old
> messages, plus a few unrelated others.)
> The workaround promoted at that time: For the commit, do not use
> but use Tortoise or another external SVN client. For this workaround to
> work, it may be neccessary to have checked out a common root directory
> (such as "trunc"), containing all the individual Eclipse projects.
> Anyway, the discussion back in 2004 ended with Céderic's remark and
> > No, I think this is possible if the projects are from the same
> > Can someone add an issue ?
> > Cédric
> I don't think anybody did add that issue.
> I volunteer. If I read nothing convincing to the contrary, I will add that
> issue, some time next month (next week, if I get around to it).
> P.S.: I have tried to post an earlier version of this message to
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Received on Tue May 30 09:49:13 2006