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Re: subclipse svn commit: r1516 - in trunk/subclipse/core/src/org/tigris/subversion/subclipse/core: client sync

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-08 02:14:07 CEST

letenay@tigris.org wrote on 08/07/2005 05:58:39 PM:

> Author: letenay
> Date: Sun Aug 7 14:58:39 2005
> New Revision: 1516
> Modified:
> Log:
> Fixed a NPE when doing synchronize on non-root element.
> Added progress info when fetching "svn info" during synchronize.


I was thinking about this. Assuming that the only bit of remote info that
is absolutely essential is the revision number, couldn't we get acceptable
behavior by simply using the revision that is HEAD? For any given file,
there is no difference between the repository revision and the HEAD

It would be nice to have the URL but we can mostly fake it. Externals are
a bit harder to handle but could probably be done. And, except for new
files, the Kind info is accurate. We could just run svn info on the new

Could this work?


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