RE: Re: [Subclipse-users] Cannot restore removed subtree
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 22:31:13 -0800 (PST)
Thanks for the quick reply. I was in a shocked state last night and did not analyse the rest of the subclipse log (attached). This is the file tree for revision 28:
gunnar@tiger:~/Desktop/Project/Mythstar-28$ svn co -r 28 http://lynx/svn/projects/mythstar/trunk/mythstar
The log starts after I did the first "commit":
commit -m "Added postponing selection. Improved year matching" /home/gunnar/Desktop/Project/Mythstar/.project /home/gunnar/Desktop/Project/Mythstar/bin/imdb-lists.pl /home/gunnar/Desktop/Project/Mythstar/bin/mythstar.pl /home/gunnar/Desktop/Project/Mythstar/lib/perl/IMDB/Lists.pm /home/gunnar/Desktop/Project/Mythstar/sql/imdb.sql /home/gunnar/Desktop/Project/Mythstar/t /home/gunnar/Desktop/Project/Mythstar/t/01-imdb-lists.t /home/gunnar/Desktop/Project/Mythstar/t/movies.list.gz
There were 404 error(s), but I confirmed repository access using Firefox. I did the synchronization but it did not work and so I tried to run "update" on the source. That's when things started going south in Eclipse:
update /home/gunnar/Desktop/Project/Mythstar -r HEAD --force
That's when the source was removed. Is it possible that the 404 errors cause Subclipse to think the elements did not exist?
After that I opened the synchronization view and started committing the elements and then they were added to the repository (again). (See log).
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