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Re: [Subclipse-users] 0.9.106: File lost after update

From: Christian Sell <christian.sell_at_netcologne.de>
Date: 2006-02-26 12:45:58 CET

> So what I think is happening is that you do a Synchronize and it has a
> mixture of Incoming and Outgoing changes. Let's say the highest incoming
> revision is 100. You then do a commit first, this updates the committed
> files in your WC to revision 101. You then select a root folder and do an
> update. Our code sees revision 100 as being the highest revision so we
> do:

I am not aware that I committed anything from the synchronize view. As far as I
remember it was just an update

otherwise, this sounds like it might be the cause, and I am glad its being
addressed. Subclipse means (almost) everything to us ;).


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Received on Sun Feb 26 12:46:45 2006

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