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

From: Christian Sell <christian.sell_at_netcologne.de>
Date: 2006-08-18 21:44:25 CEST

> 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.

that means however that subclipse is inconsistent with the original behavior of
the synchronize view (which was of course implemented as part of the CVS
plugin, but the SV is more of an eclipse feature). That is not good IMO.

> > - went back to my local file and found my changes overwritten with the
> remote
> > 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.

now, even if I didnt save my changes, should subclipse be allowed to silently
overwrite the underlying file? And wouldnt eclipse have complained loudly if
the unsaved file was changed on disk?


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