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Re: [Subclipse-users] Up-to-date directories are displayed as incoming changes

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-18 16:09:31 CEST

On 9/18/07, Jens Seidel <jensseidel@users.sf.net> wrote:
> Hi,
> I use Subclipse 1.2.4 with Eclipse 3.3.0 and SVNKit in a Linux
> environment.
> I noticed today that two directories are marked as incoming changes
> even if they are up-to-date. Please note that this happens only with
> directories, not with files in it. The Synchronize view shows:
> <= dir (1187)
> <= dir/subdir (1187)
> Calling update on both directories or the whole project has no affect.
> svn status -u -v reports:
> 1187 1187 jens dir
> 1187 1187 jens dir/subdir
> and "svn info" confirms that 1187 is the last revision.
> I do not have Subclipse related exceptions in the Eclipse log.

I think there has been at least one other time someone has said this
happened to them. I am not sure the cause. It is nothing I have seen
myself or know how to make happen so it can be fixed.

Once the problem happens, I can understand what is going on though.
Everything is operating off of caches and change listeners (basically
a lot of indirect stuff). Doing update is not actually updating
anything, so nothing is getting fired off to make it go away.
Certainly when the repository goes to 1188 this should go away. You
could also do Team > Switch and go to revision 1186 and then do Team >
Update and that should also do it.

The next release has the Show Out of Date folders feature off by
default. You could turn that off if you do not need it and it will be
far less likely you will see the problem in the future.

Mark Phippard
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Received on Tue Sep 18 16:09:40 2007

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