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

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-26 07:13:43 CEST

On 9/25/07, Werner <werner.inpublic@yahoo.de> wrote:
> I do experience the same problem except that I can
> always make the false items go away by updating.
> It happens always and it happens since I upgraded from
> eclipse 3.2.1 to "Version: 3.3.0, Build id:
> I20070625-1500" and reinstalled subclipse (1.2.4).
> When I submit the file dir1/dir2/file to the
> repository the directories dir1 and dir1/dir2 appear
> as false incoming changes in the synchronization
> window. The svn console view prints following message
> which looks ok:
> commit -m "<log message>"
> <workspacedir>/<project>/dir1/dir2/file
> Sending <workspacedir>/<project>/dir1/dir2/file
> Transmitting file data ...
> Committed revision 17312.
> At the same time svn status -u does not list dir*.
> When I then update any of these false items, the item
> and its false subdirs vanish from the sync view and
> the svn console prints:
> update -r 17312 <workspacedir>/<project>/dir1/dir2
> At revision 17312.

Those are not false updates, those are expected updates. See this
which explains it:


In the next release we have changed the preference for this to be off
by default. I think it is a useful feature, but most people really do
not need it.

Mark Phippard
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Received on Wed Sep 26 07:14:00 2007

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