So I was able to get it working (ie: grabbing the right rev #) by setting up
Basic Authentication in Apache. I'm guessing there's an issue with
anonymous access and the subclipse commit. Can't verify this myself,
unfortunately, but it's my best guess. Now I'm seeing the usernames beside
all the files in the Navigator panel where before I wan't.
Anyway thanks again, and nice work.
On 2/28/07, Mark Phippard <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 2/28/07, eli bird <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Thanks for the quick reply, Mark. The synchronize view is empty when I
> > synch, so it is running, and when I right-click->show history, I can see the
> > latest revision and grab it. I would really like to know what the
> > difference is between running svn commit on the server, and commiting from
> > subclipse. Any idea why the server commit gives me the latest revision
> > number in the synchronize view, but not the subclipse commit?
> Update from Synch view is doing what it is supposed to. It sounds like
> there is some problem in an internal cache of revision info or something
> that is causing an incorrect revision number to be displayed in the view.
> If that is the case, that is what needs to be fixed, not update. It could
> be related to the known problem of changes disappearing unless you toggle
> the view.
> Mark Phippard
Received on Thu Mar 1 00:52:58 2007