I have experienced this issue for a couple of months now. The issue I
see is that when multiple files using Subclipse, if multiple files
have outstanding changes to be committed, the list of files to commit
in the Team Synchronize view is only a subset of this list.
* Create a fresh install of Eclipse Europa (I used the JEE version)
* Install Subclipse 1.2.4 from the update site, and restart
* Create a new project in an SVN repository (I did this by creating a
new SVN repository, creating a new remote folder, then checking this
out as a General project).
* Create 2 files in the project within Eclipse (text files work fine).
* Synchronize this project. Both files above (and ".project") will be
pending a commit.
* Commit only one file.
The result of this process is that the Synchronize view now shows no
files are pending commit. Clicking either "Outgoing Mode" or
"Incoming/Outgoing Mode" buttons will refresh the file list.
A second form of this issue:
* Create 2 more files in the above project
* Synchronize this project.
This produces an incomplete list of files in some cases. This is a
harder issue to reproduce, but is the most annoying as it causes
incomplete commits (when choosing to commit at the project level, the
files missing from Synchronize view are also missing from the commit
* Your operating system
Windows XP SP2
* The release and/or revision of Eclipse
Eclipse Europa JEE (Version: 3.3.0)
* The release and/or revision of Subclipse
* The client adapter used (JavaHL or JavaSVN)
* The protocol used (file://, svn://, http:// etc.)
* Anything else that could possibly be relevant. Err on the side
of too much information, rather than too little.
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Received on Wed Sep 5 14:37:28 2007