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

From: Elmar Fasel <Elmar.Fasel_at_artnology.com>
Date: 2006-02-27 16:00:54 CET


Mark Phippard wrote:

> > And when I update these, I expect to get HEAD.
> That is not how it currently works, but is basically what I am
> proposing. Obviously if everyone expected it to work in one specific
> way there would be no issue. Unfortunately I think most people would
> expect to get what they see in the view.

I had - another :-) - discussion about this behaviour with my colleagues.

We have two suggestions how to "solve this issue":

1. Make the update "target" configurable.
   - Update to revision determined during synchronize (current behaviour)
   - Update to HEAD (new behaviour)


2. Check if the revision determined during synchronize is still the
highest revision. If not (the repository is "newer" than displayed in
the synchronize view) popup a message box, saying something like
"repository has changed in between - do you want to refresh the
synchronize view?".

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