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New release necessary ?

From: Martin Letenay <mle_at_whitestein.com>
Date: 2005-09-12 16:47:05 CEST

Hello Mark.
 
I've just commited fix to issue #390.
We've discovered it on last Friday and it's an ugly one.
You can pretty easy get your working copy screwed up just by using update
from synchronize view.
 
The problem was introduced with 0.9.33 - the performance fix for updates.
Instead of calling update() on individual resources, now the update(File[])
method of javahl is called.
 
However, JavaHL does not actually do any sanity checks there, so when it is
passed an array with wrong order of resources
(incoming files before its parent incoming directory), the incoming files
will be skipped.
However your WC pretends everything went fine and you'll just miss some
files from then.
The only way how to fix such corrupted WC I knew of, was to switch to some
earlier revision within same branch and then switch back to HEAD ...
 
The fix is commited now, but I'm afraid that the bug is so serious we should
release a new 0.9.34 version just because of it.
 
Martin
Received on Tue Sep 13 00:47:05 2005

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