What I observe is that when a commit is done, and the files re-altered,
I go back and all my previous changes are there, but highlighted blue
instead of grey. I'm pretty sure this indicates that my changes are the
same as someone else's update into the repository.
The problem is that someone else is me, and the version number is not
the commit version that I put in. It will commit again fine, but it's
really difficult to see what's changed in the file.
Fixing up version numbers is easy, just select all files in the
synchronize view and synchronize them again.
As I write this, I'm having huge problems myself with the synchronize
view. I just can't seem to get it to remove committed deleted files
from the view. Might be an eclipse restart in a while. Just going to
try a few update/refresh/synchronize iterations first.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Phippard [mailto:MarkP@softlanding.com]
> Sent: Friday, 8 April 2005 12:08 p.m.
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: RE: no refresh after commit?
> > Whenever I do a commit, I immediately do a remove from view
> > 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
> 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
> be a surprise to me. As I understand it, the revision numbers shown
> pretty meaningless. The svn status command does not provide the
> numbers in the information we get from it (and can't before svn 2.0)
> are just showing incorrect information. I am not sure where the
> we show comes from. I think it might be the revision of the top-level
> you select to Synchrnonize on.
> Showing the revision info is an Eclipse preference, I would suggest
> turning it off. Because it is part of the Eclipse API, we have to
> it something.
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Received on Fri Apr 8 12:56:19 2005