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Re: Bug in Refactoring (Rename class) in Windows

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-15 16:41:38 CEST

Adrian Shum <ajiman@gmail.com> wrote on 08/15/2005 10:37:57 AM:

> But in fact, I am not asking to be able to change
> The way I use to change case is, rename to another name, then commit,
> rename to name with correct case, then commit again.
> Using official subversion client, I cannot omit the first commit.
> However, in Subclipse, I can, which eventually cause some problem in the
> in the repository.

If you are using JavaHL I cannot see how the behavior in Subclipse could
vary from the command line. This is all just happening inside of
Subversion code and JavaHL uses the same code as the command line.
Possibly there is some checking done by the command line itself, not the
libraries. In which case this would be a JavaHL bug and should be
reported to Subversion.


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