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Re: [Subclipse-users] Synchronize view problem (1.1.5)

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-18 14:35:19 CEST

Christian Sell <christian.sell@netcologne.de> wrote on 08/18/2006 06:53:12

> I am using Subclipse 1.1.5 inside Eclipse 3.2. Heres what I did:
> - opened the synchronize view, with only incoming changes.
> - with sync view open, changed one of the files with incoming changes
> the file did not show up as a conflict, which I would have expected.

Yes, that is what should happen. Please file an issue.

> - since I wanted to overwrite the incoming change with my local one, I
> the file from the sync view (context menu -> remove from view)
> - did an update at the root element from within the sync view

Update from a folder or root element will do an svn update of that item
and therefore anything you removed from the view will still be updated.
This is a performance tradeoff. If you just want to update the items in
the view, you need to select those items and not their containers.

> - went back to my local file and found my changes overwritten with the
> version!

This part I do not believe. Subversion just does not do this -- ever. Did
you take "Override and Update"? Is it possible you did not save your
changes? That would also explain the first problem you mentioned.

I would suggest you see if you can specifically recreate this scenario as
I know the Subversion update process just will not do this.


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