On Apr 27, 2005, at 2:38 PM, Mark Phippard wrote:
> Scott Palmer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 04/27/2005 01:52:49
>> On Apr 27, 2005, at 12:03 PM, Toby Thain wrote:
>>> On 27-Apr-05, at 11:29 AM, Scott Palmer wrote:
>>>> Perhaps all those issues go away with 0.9.30.. but I can't get it to
>>>> work AT ALL, so I'm not sure what my next move should be.
>> I should say that I CAN use 0.9.30 if I already have my Eclipse
>> projects linked to subversion. I just can't establish that link with
>> 0.9.30, the part of connecting the project to subclipse always
> Are you adding/importing an existing Subversion WC into your workspace?
Yes, that is one issue. When I last attempted that with 0.9.30 it
failed due to some exception.
> If so, there is a new feature added in 0.9.29 to automatically
> configure the
> project to Subclipse. This feature only works in Eclipse 3.1 so maybe
> that is why some others are not getting it?
I have not tried adding/importing an existing subversion WC with
Eclipse 3.1, I moved to 3.1M6 recently.
It was when I last attempted a fresh install of 0.9.30 that I noticed
that problem and rolled back to 0.9.28 to fix it.
> I did not contribute to the feature, but I have seen it work. It is
> pretty nice, but perhaps that is where this problem is coming from?
> I think we need clarification because the previous message implied you
> had a
> good working project already in Subclipse and you were having problems
> when taking the Subclipse option add a new file to version control.
Yes I that was the original problem I was complaining about. I know
that it was working for me at some point, but it stopped working. I
have now installed 0.9.30 (since I have my Eclipse workspace set up and
connected to Subclipse using 0.9.28 to avoid the other issue) and it
seems that I can add files to the WC properly again.
> Now this message implies it is about connecting to an existing
> project. Those
> are two very different things.
Sorry to mix up the two issues in one thread. Both issues have been
problems for me.
>> Now I've somehow got both 0.9.28 and 0.9.30 installed. (Why is this
>> process so painful?)
> You could try removing the old plugins and restarting with the -clean
I tried this.. Instantly when I attempted to expand my project folder
in the Package Explorer view an exception happened. It was related to
org.eclipse.jface plugin (what is it?) Something to do with adding the
decorations to the icons, I guess. But the icons were decorated with
the indicators that the files were in subversion. It seems to be a
Yet another problem...
I just attempted a "compare with base revision" for several files. It
didn't work properly as it indicated the entire file changed when I
only changed a single line or two. The svn command line shows the
correct changes with 'svn diff'
The "show pending SVN operations" view doesn't show any of the changes
(added and edited files), even though the pacakge explorer view shows
the appropriate indicators. Refreshing the view does nothing.
I'm not having much luck. 0.9.28 was working much better for me.
Received on Thu Apr 28 05:57:57 2005