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Re: problem: files not added after sharing project

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-12 20:26:29 CET

Tom Huybrechts <tom.huybrechts@gmail.com> wrote on 12/12/2005 02:16:38 PM:

> In the commit dialog, I add the .project and File and press OK.
> Console output:
> add -N C:\dev\workspaces\subversion\Test1\.project
> A C:/dev/workspaces/subversion/Test1/.project
> add -N C:\dev\workspaces\subversion\Test1\File
> A C:/dev/workspaces/subversion/Test1/File
> commit -m "null" C:/dev/workspaces/subversion/Test1/File C:
> /dev/workspaces/subversion/Test1/.project
> In the repository, the project directory has been created, but the files
> not present. It seems like the files have been added but not committed.

Add is a purely local operation. It looks like the commit must have
failed. Normally there would be an error message in the console. Has
anyone seen a case with JavaHL where this does not happen?

There was a problem with the 0.9.100 release if using JavaSVN where errors
were not reported, but that was a very specific one-time problem.

Did control return to Eclipse or did it hang?

It just seems odd that JavaHL would not have thrown an error if it
encountered one.

I would guess that the number of users that use file:// protocol is a
small minority so perhaps the problem is limited to that scenario?

Anyone have any ideas?


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