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Re: [Subclipse-users] subclipse stability

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-16 00:03:22 CET

On 12/15/06, Dale Beermann <dale.beermann@5dresearch.com> wrote:
> I'm wondering if some other users can elaborate on their Subclipse
> experience in large projects. I really hate to move away from svn but
> we just don't have a choice right now. Maybe there's some aspect of our
> environment that is causing all these problems, but I even downloaded
> new versions of Eclipse and Subclipse today to make sure something there
> wasn't screwed up.
> I hope this email doesn't sound like I'm flaming Subclipse, that's
> really not my intention. There are a lot of things I really like about
> it and I really wish I could keep with it, I've just been spending about
> an hour a day trying to fix some of the problems it has caused.

Since you have moved back to CVS, right now it sounds like you are
more interested in hearing other people's experiences. So I am not
going to bother to try to ask questions about the issues you raised.
If you wanted to pursue the issues more, let me know.

I'd also like to know which client interface you are using. I'd have
guess SVNKit, especially if you think 1.1.8 was more stable. But
given that you are on Windows, I'd assume you are using JavaHL or at
least tried it for comparisons.

I welcome anyone to diff the 1.1.8 and 1.1.9 tags if they do not
believe me about the nature of the changes. There is no way the
changes to Subclipse destabilized things. There have obviously been
changes to JavaSVN - SVNKit, so if you are using that adapter, then
there is possibility for regressions. All we can do is try to isolate
and identify them and report them to the SVNKit developers. I can say
that looking at the SVNKit changelog, most of the changes that have
been happening are in areas of the code that Subclipse would not be
using. Of course that is not true for all the changes and it is
possible the ones we do exercise have had problems addded.


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