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Re: [Subclipse-users] Defects not in list?

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-02-13 14:46:51 CET

Karl Auer <kauer@biplane.com.au> wrote on 02/13/2006 12:23:16 AM:

> The second issue is with the way Subclipse handles Java package renames.
> This sequence, for example, fails every time for me, with Subversion
> complaining that the old package path is out of date:
> - Project P is under version control
> - rename package "X.Y.Z" in project P to "X.Y.C.D"
> - commit the project "P"
> - Subversion (via Subclipse) complains that "X.Y.Z" is out of date.
> The workaround is to do Team->Update on Project P, then commit, but IMHO
> this should not be necessary.

This is a Subversion requirement. There is no way that Subclipse is going
to fire off an update command without you telling us, so I do not see what
else could be done here.

> I don't see this in the issues list - am I the only one it happens to?
> Also, Mark Phippard said:
> > The Checkout and Revert bugs have been fixed and are just
> > waiting for the next release.
> ... but I don't see them in the issues list either; am I looking in the
> wrong place, or are they under some unrelated heading?

They are both in the changelog.


One of these came in as a patch to the dev@ list and the other was
reported on this list and fixed.


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