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[Subclipse-users] Out of Date Folder Cache Corruption?

From: Ian Brandt <ian_at_ianbrandt.com>
Date: Fri, 9 May 2008 12:47:29 -0700


I'm experiencing an issue with certain folders always appearing in
Synchronize view to be out of date. I I've tried update, override
and update, and update from the command line, view toggling in
between a la Issue #602 (<http://subclipse.tigris.org/issues/
show_bug.cgi?id=602>), but they remain as incoming changes no matter

I'm on MyEclipse 6.01, Eclipse 3.3.3, Subclipse 1.2.4, Java 1.5.0_13,
OS X 10.4.11, svn 1.4.6.

The issue started with two random folders in one project, but now I
have an entire, large directory tree in another project exhibiting
the behavior. The former was ignorable, but the latter is quite a
nuisance. This only happens for directories, not files. When it
happens svn status -u from the command line doesn't show anything out
of date.

I tried svn cleanup from the command line with a refresh and re-
synchronize in Eclipse, but no change. Same for a cleanup issued
through Subclipse. I also did a svnadmin verify on the repository to
ensure that was in good shape.

The only thing that I've found to help is to start Eclipse with -
clean, but this doesn't always clear up the problem. For example i
just restarted with -clean and the two random folders are shown out
of date, but the large directory tree in the other project is not.
Historically it will reappear as out of date after a seemingly random
sequence of synchronizes or subversion operations.

I searched the issue tracker for something like this but came up
empty. Before I create a new issue I'm posting to see if anyone else
has experienced this, or knows of a submitted issue along these lines?



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