"Martin Letenay" <email@example.com> wrote on 07/11/2005 04:24:15 PM:
> > When checking out multiple projects at the same time, you get
> > an error during the checkout of the second project. See
> > stack trace at end of message. I was attempting to checkout
> > all of the projects under /trunk/subclipse. Basically, my
> > goal was to get a really big workspace so I could do some
> > performance testing.
> > An update before posting. I just did it again (with
> > different projects), and did not get a problem, however I was
> > able to go back and recreate the problem by selecting the
> > "book" and "book-feature" projects or the "feature" and
> > "feature-plugin" projects. The problem seems to occur if
> > name of the first project that is checked out is the "subset"
> > of a subsequent project name that is checked out.
> Well, sounds nasty.
> According to trace, it seems the flushPendingCacheWrites is flushing
> from a different project within a context of another
> one and the synchrnonizer's operation does not like it ...
> However I'm not able to reproduce it.
> What were exactly the steps you performed ?
Define a connection to the Subclipse repository. Under trunk/subclipse
select the "book" and "book-feature" projects, right-click and do Checkout
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Received on Tue Jul 12 06:33:02 2005