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AW: Subclipse output in SVn Console

From: Alblas Huibert <Huibert.Alblas_at_metro-cc.de>
Date: 2004-05-18 07:50:55 CEST

Hello Cedric,

I tried to isue an issue at the tracker(?) for the console output.
I needed to register at trigris.org for this,
But somehow the registration failed.
I filled out the form, submitted and then
a servlet error poped up.
It proposed I should push the back-button on my browser and try again.
I did this, but then it complained that my username was allready in use.

I concluded that my submission would then be stored,
but I got no confirmation E-Mail from tigris.

To make a long story short,
I'm not able to create the issue at the moment, sorry.
If you could create the issue it is fine with me,
I will look into the tigris issue, but I think it can take a while, sorry.

Have Fun

Huibert Alblas

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Cédric Chabanois [mailto:cchabanois@no-log.org]
Gesendet: Freitag, 14. Mai 2004 19:42
An: users@subclipse.tigris.org
Betreff: Re: Subclipse output in SVn Console

Could you add an issue to the issues tracker so that we don't forget ?


>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
>data. 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
>" /home/huibert/DEV/Documents
> Sending
> Sending
> Adding
> Adding
> 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
>Huibert Alblas
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