On 1/16/07, Strecker, Mark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I too develop a team plug-in for Eclipse and noticed that you solved a
> problem which I am encountering. (I tried to find an explanation of what the
> cause of the problem is and noticed that multiple team plug-ins had it, but
> I couldn't find any useful info … and the Eclipse team mailing list has
> about 6 emails a year … so I thought that I would contact you directly to
> see if you would help me. Sorry that this isn't directly about subclipse
> development. I would be more than happy to redirect this to a more
> appropriate place.)
> From the release notes I found, you solved this problem on April 21, 2006
> * Attempted to beginRule: R/, does not match outer scope rule: P/
> (SBV-1550, SBV-1587, SBV-1622, SBV-1627) + special thanks to Mathis Hofer;
> MBertier; Konstantin Haas; Sebastian Hardt; Mitsu Hadeishi; Barry Kaplan
> I have the same problem on checkout under certain circumstances(e.g., if I
> have 2 Eclipse projects open and they use 2 different sharing clients) What
> happens is the checkout fails and the editor becomes blank. The checkout is
> a WorkspaceModifyOperation and is called from my IFileModificationValidator.
> Any help you could offer would be appreciated.
The release notes item you copied is from Subversive, not Subclipse.
I do recall fixing a problem like this when Eclipse 3.2 came out. This was
due to a "fix" in 3.2. As I recall, the problem was that we were hard
coding the scope in our code, and apparently the right way to do it was to
get the scope from some Eclipse class.
Here is the Eclipse bug that led to the resolution:
Received on Tue Jan 16 16:55:16 2007