I've been working with subversion/eclipse for about 2 months now,
everything works absolutly brilliant.
One minor thing though,
if I do a commit on a project,
it looks like subclipse is taking a very long time to transmit the file
I say "looks", because the command actualy finnishes quit quickly,
but the user is not informed about this.
Here is an exerpt from my SVN Console:
<exerpt from SVN Console>
commit -m "[documents]
- Bericht 2004-20 hinzugefügt
- kleine updates an bericht 2004-19
Transmitting file data ...
update -r HEAD /home/huibert/DEV/Documents
At revision 370.
After waiting for about 5 minutes at the "Transmitting file data" part,
I did an update, this resulted in the "At revision 370" line,
which leads me to the conclusion that the commit was succsesfull.
Is it posible to implement some output at the end of a commit,
which informs the user that the commit has finnished?
Man ythanks for the great plugin to the developers.
Greetings from germany
Received on Tue May 11 22:32:43 2004