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Re: [Subclipse-users] Merge problem

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-03-13 15:12:17 CET

"Zsolt" <zkoppanylist@intland.com> wrote on 03/13/2006 08:02:49 AM:

> I'm using subclipse-0.9.108 with eclipse-3.1.2 Win-XP.
> I get an error when I try to merge from a branch.
> svn: Attempted to get checksum of a *non*-file node
> but "Unified Diff" provides correct output (unfortunately not on the
> display).
> Here are the commands from svn console:
> diff -r 12465:12466 svn://codebeamer.com/cbdev/branches/cb-4.0-fixes
> merge --dry-run -r12465:12466
> svn://codebeamer.com/cbdev/branches/cb-4.0-fixes C:/Dokumente und
> Einstellungen/zk/Eigene
> Dateien/workspace/cb/src/cv/servlet/docs/DisplayDocument.java
> (The working filename is correct.)
> From shell I can execute the command below without any problems:
> svn merge --dry-run -r12465:12466
> svn://codebeamer.com/cbdev/branches/cb-4.0-fixes

That error has to be coming out of the adapter. If you are using JavaHL,
then doing the same merge command using the command line should produce
the same error, in which case you can report it on the Subversion mailing
lists. If using JavaSVN, then perhaps Alex can will followup.

Of course switching your adapter to see what error it produces is always a
good idea too.

Actually, looking at your command output above, it looks like the path to
a specific file was given. Did you have a file selected when you did Team
-> Merge and then you picked a folder in the repository? That is
certainly what appears to have happened.


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