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Re: [Subclipse-users] changes are (temporarily) lost in local workspace after an COMMIT

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-02-23 15:08:47 CET

"Schnabl, Sebastian" <s.schnabl@qualitype.de> wrote on 02/23/2006 05:15:37

> Our development team has since a short time the problem, if a developer
> commits his changes to the subversion server, then this changes are gone
> (lost) in the local workspace (project). If the developer then makes a
> refreshed synchronize with the subversion server, he will get his
changes as
> an update backā€¦.
> This is worried, for every commit he must do an (re-) synchronize again
to get
> his changes as update back. Any help appreciatedā€¦.

Can you indicate what client adapter you are using? In the past, we had
thought this was a problem with JavaSVN but if you are running on Windows
you would be using JavaHL by default. If you are using JavaSVN then this
is still likely a JavaSVN problem. I believe Alex had posted some
requests for information the last time this came up. I do not know if he
got and replies.


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