Trying to reduce the scope of the possible solutions: is there some way to ask Subclipse (or its adapter, JavaHL here) to lock any file before modifying it by default? Some config parameter maybe? Maybe that parameter gets activated for some reason...
Thanks a lot
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : MATHUS Baptiste [mailto:email@example.com]
> Envoyé : vendredi 22 décembre 2006 09:39
> À : firstname.lastname@example.org
> Objet : [Subclipse-users] Strange "lock forcing" behaviour
> since 1.1.9 with modelling projects
> Hi all,
> Since I moved to 1.1.9, I'm encountering a strange behaviour
> with Subclipse. We use the Borland Together UML designer tool
> for Eclipse, and now each I try to modify a diagram,
> subclipse show me the lock window (see attached file). If I
> cancel the lock window, my changes are just automatically
> undone (by Together or by subclipse, I don't know).
> The thing is that this was not the case before with 1.1.8. I
> just verified it : I moved the 1.1.9 files under eclipse
> features and plugins dir out of the way, and reput 1.1.8 that
> I had saved from the previous environment. This way I could
> work on the UML diagrams, modifying them without any problem.
> So my question: what could have caused this "lock" problem
> between these two versions? Were the adapters updated? I'm
> using JavaHL, so I thought there's no difference in adapters
> between 1.1.8 and 1.1.9.
> Before checkouting subclipse on the svn to see by myself what
> the difference are between 1.1.8 and 1.1.9 that could have
> caused this, I thought I'd give a try here for advice. As
> Mark said there's not a lot of differences between these
> version, I guess the problem origin should be quite easily
> identifiable doing a diff...
> Thanks a lot for your help.
> Baptiste MATHUS - email@example.com
> Systèmes & Méthodes
> MIPIH - Midi Pyrénées Informatique Hospitalière
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Received on Fri Dec 22 11:07:48 2006