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Re: [Subclipse-users] NPE during synchronizing

From: Jörg von Frantzius <joerg.von.frantzius_at_artnology.com>
Date: 2006-02-16 15:17:12 CET

Mark Phippard schrieb:
> Perhaps. You would need to decipher this better and attach an
> explanation. Such as is this the path for the item you selected to
> Synchronize?
It's a descendant folder of the one I chose "Synchronize" for.
> Also, I do not think anything will go into the Console when you do
> Synchronize, even if there are errors. So are you sure you did not get
> that error as the result of some other operation?
It happens when I chose "Synchronize" on the given path (or one of its
parents) in the Synchronize View while using Java SVN. The message seems
to be an output to System.err, as it appears in red in the Console View.
Also, once I had other processes producing console output, I can chose
"SVN" from the little computer screen icon in the Console View with the
tooltip saying "Display Selected Console". Having selected the "SVN"
console there, it's only the said messages that can be seen.
> Having non-existant items in the repository is not that abnormal. It
> would just be an incoming delete. So you will need to do something to
> explain what is special about this scenario.
You are right, it is an incoming deletion, but also the folder /is
/already physically deleted locally. I had moved the folder to a
different Eclipse project, and I never had committed the change
(deletion?) at the original location. I don't even know what I'll get to
see in the original place for a folder that got moved away? I did commit
the addition at the new location, however. Unfortunately, I don't
remember exactly how I moved the folder (probably by using Eclipse
refactorings). Afterwards, for the original location, I had been seeing
incoming additions for a while in the Synchronize View (which is already
weird). Then somebody else committed the deletion of the original folder
from a different machine, and now I got this NPE (JavaHL) or error
message (JavaSVN).

I hope that's the full story and that it'll help analyzing this
> Mark
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Received on Thu Feb 16 15:19:23 2006

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