We encountered the same issues with Subclipse 1.0.4 on RAD 6.0.1 on
Windows XP with Hyper Threading activated or not.
It occurs with SVNKit or JavaHL indifferently and the frequence is
once or twice per day in a 30 people team doing at least daily
We did not find a way to reproduce the problem in a deterministic way.
After doing some research here are my conclusion:
Sometimes, when an update, or a synchronize/update operation is
performed, RAD misses one or more "refresh". This can have different
results (compilation issue, synchronize view still showing items, ...)
but always refreshing the project or workspace will solve the issues.
Doing a second update will solve the issue only if a correct "refresh"
is triggered by the operation. Otherwise, the subclipse log shows that
no fetch operation were executed. This indicates, according to me,
that the content is correctly fetched at the first operation.
This problem did not exist in Subclipse 1.0.3 on the same environment
so it seems to have been introduced in 1.0.4.
Could this be filed as a bug report ?
On 12/19/06, Paul Glezen <email@example.com> wrote:
> I just upgraded to Subclipse
1.0.4 and have experienced the following
> problems with RAD
> Modified files disappear after update - this was reported by someone else
> on 12/15. When I sync with repository and observe both incoming and outgoing
> changes, then update the incoming changes, the outgoing changes disappear. I
> can see them again if I switch back and forth between the incoming and
> outgoing views.
I would not be at all surprised if this is an Eclipse bug. I used to see
this problem all the time when I used Eclipse
3.0 and I never see it in the
3.2 version any more.
Checking out projects - When I check out a project, I don't get all the
> files. When I do a sync with Repository - the Synchronize view shows me
> these files as still needing to be added to my workspace. But when I click
> Update, nothing happens. Sometimes, if I do it enough times, the files will
> eventually come in. Sometimes I have to click Update on an individual file,
> then rest of them will come in too.
Are you using SVNKit or JavaHL? If you really did not get all of the files
it would HAVE to be a problem in the adapter. Subclipse does the equivalent
of running the svn co command. We do not control what files comes down from
Update Directories - Sometimes with sync from Repository, I see directories
> that claim they need to be updated. No files need this. Just some
> directories. Clicking Update removes them from the view, but leaves me
> wondering why.
This is a feature. I'll be blogging about it soon since it has come up and
been answered a lot on this list and I need something to link to. Until
then, if you search the archives for "Show Out of Date Folders" you should
get some hits to the previous times I've explained it.
Received on Tue Jan 9 11:42:15 2007