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Re: [Subclipse-users] Subclipse 1.1.6 wants to update already deleted files in synchronize view

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-26 18:46:38 CEST

Jens Seidel <jensseidel@users.sf.net> wrote on 09/26/2006 10:48:55 AM:

> On Tue, Sep 26, 2006 at 10:21:49AM -0400, Mark Phippard wrote:
> > Jens Seidel <jensseidel@users.sf.net> wrote on 09/26/2006 10:12:11 AM:
> >
> > > I tested a recent Subclipse version (1.1.6) together with Eclipse
> > M20060921 and
> > > noticed that Subclipse wants to readd deleted files from BASE with a

> > synchronisation.
> > > Outgoing changes are OK but the incoming one are all bogus ...
> > > (The commandline version works great and also the stable Subclipse
> > Eclipse 3.2.)
> >
> > I do not necessarily understand what you are saying is happening.
> Sorry, let me rephrase: I have an up-to-date working copy with local
> modifications. Once I try to synchronize against the server Sublipse
shows many
> incoming changes from the server which do not exist!
> All these changes are added files (with history) which I deleted already
> time ago in the past. I really do not want these back and the command
> version of Subversion does nothing during a "svn up" because all my
files are
> up-to-date.

You can try switching adapters or doing a Team -> Update on the whole
project to see if it goes away, but ultimately the information we show in
that view is coming from the output of running the svn status -u -v

> OK, but the dialog displays wrong settings as the path on the server is

I assume you are referring to the URL field? JavaSVN gives us that value,
not sure where it comes from.

> I entered of course my private SSH key!

I meant the passphrase that goes with the key. Not all keys have them.

> > that you then get prompted with a second username and password dialog
> > where you really just need to use the username field and that is to
> > specify a username for the commit, where as the first dialog was
> > for the SSH credentials.
> Ah, this solves my problem. The second dialog shows my username (which I
> normally set via the used key on the server in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys)
and a
> password field. Without entering a password I cannot press the OK button
so I
> entered my password but did of course not choose "Save Password" to keep
> secret. That's why I was asked for the passwort after each start of
> I chose now a dummy password and saved it and now it works. Thanks.
> The current bahaviour is really not obviously and should be improved.

I agree. This is something JavaSVN added on their own. Personally I
think it is such a fringe case that I would not have done it. Anyway, we
have talked about ways that we could create a new dialog that would be
more expressive.


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