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RE: no refresh after commit?

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-04-08 02:07:43 CEST

> Whenever I do a commit, I immediately do a remove from view afterwards
> on the same selection.
>
> But it will still get confused if you re-edit these files unless you
> re-synchronize.

Are you saying that it is showing the correct incoming/outoing changes but
with the wrong revision numbers shown, or that is showing the wrong
changes? It now sounds to me like it is the former. If so, that would not
be a surprise to me. As I understand it, the revision numbers shown are
pretty meaningless. The svn status command does not provide the revision
numbers in the information we get from it (and can't before svn 2.0) so we
are just showing incorrect information. I am not sure where the revision
we show comes from. I think it might be the revision of the top-level item
you select to Synchrnonize on.

Showing the revision info is an Eclipse preference, I would suggest just
turning it off. Because it is part of the Eclipse API, we have to provide
it something.

Mark

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