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Commit bug in Subclipse 0.9.100 when using JavaSVN

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-04 03:37:56 CET

I discovered another bug when committing. This time, only when using
JavaSVN. To be clear, it is a Subclipse bug though. The bug is that if
the commit fails for some reason, for example you are committing a file
that is out of date, the error message is not being relayed to the console.

This is happening because we are using a new commit method for JavaSVN that
will group the commits from several projects into a single commit per
repository. So the process does not throw exceptions because it does not
want to interrupt the other commits. Instead it issues error
notifications. I missed this detail when I added the feature so I was not
doing anything to catch and log the notifications.

This has been fixed and will be in the next release, which I will likely do
on Monday.


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