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Some issues ...

From: Greg Irvine <greg.irvine_at_thalesatm.com>
Date: 2004-01-14 00:46:58 CET

Morning all.

Thought I'd finally post an issue or two I've seen along the way that
may or may not be issues, as well as a followup on a previous issue.

> The problem I have is that when a refactoring Move is done,
> if you then select the top of the project and commit, the
> "add" is done at the new location, but the "delete" isn't
> (always) done, which I only see via the Show Pending window.

After a comment someone made recently I just ran a quick test to confirm
the Refactor->Move does a "svn move" instead of a Delete+Add, and it
seems it is correct. OK.

However, after a file is Refactor->Renamed, two actions are added to the
Pending svn operations, an add and a delete.
If I then commit the file (only), the add is done, but the delete is
not, leaving the old and new files in the directory. NOK.
Note, if I commit at the folder level, the add and delete are both

SVN Console:
status G:/Development/workspace/piSecondASD/tipp/plugin/piSecondASD/test
commit -m "save after rename."
  Transmitting file data ...
status G:/Development/workspace/piSecondASD/tipp/plugin/piSecondASD/test

When commiting a new FILE that hasn't been expressly added to the
version control subclipse prompts to add it. OK.
However, when attempting to commit a new EMPTY FOLDER it merely does
nothing rather than prompting to add it. NOK.
Once there is a file in that folder it prompts to add the file only,
then commits the file along with the folder.

When attempting to a Refactor->Rename a package (in my test onlly
modifying the final folder name), it fails, and the attached file
problem3log.txt is extracted from the eclipse logs. The logs don't seem
to mention anything related to Subclipse, but I'll let the experts take
a look first since I'm not sure if the refactoring stuff is still
handled by subclipse or by eclipse.

That's all for now.
I hope it's helpful. Feel free to contact me for more information.



Greg Irvine
Senior Software Engineer (HMI)
Thales ATM, Melbourne, AustraliaE-mail: greg.irvine@thalesatm.com
Ph: (03) 9425 7544, Mobile: 0413 900 265
Address: 630 Church St, Richmond, VIC 3121
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