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Re: [Subclipse-users] Subclipse not detecting WC changes made by other clients?

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 10:52:27 -0400

A difference with previous versions is that the commit you do in
another tool would alter the .svn metadata in every child folder. So
when you do Refresh in Eclipse it causes it to see all those
filesystem changes which triggers a bunch of refresh events that tells
Eclipse to ask for refreshed decorators.

Now when you do this there are no changes on the filesystem so even
after hitting refresh Eclipse does not actually think there are
changes so it does not ask to refresh decorators.

When you did update using TortoiseSVN, some of the files on file
system changed so this did trigger a refresh in Eclipse.

Next time it happens, try Team > Cleanup

I believe we made that option do a forced decorator refresh in
addition to what it normally does.

On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 10:47 AM, Chris Feldhacker
<feldhacker.chris_at_principal.com> wrote:
> I've upgraded Subclipse, TortoiseSVN, and the CollabNet client to versions that support SVN v1.7.  Using TortoiseSVN, I upgraded my existing working copy format.  Everything seems to be working fine. (Windows 7 64bit).
> After making numerous changes to my project in Eclipse (RADv8), I committed my changes using TortoiseSVN -- works fine.  (TortoiseSVN/Windows Explorer updates the icons appropriately.)  With previous versions of Subclipse, it was necessary to hit F5 in my Eclipse workspace, which causes a refresh, which updated all the icons within Eclipse correctly.  However, F5 no longer works.  Files that have been committed still show as modified.  Comparing with base shows no differences.
> Most peculiar, restarting Eclipse doesn't help -- icons are still outdated.  And, if I choose Team --> Synchronize with Repository, the Synchronized view lists all the files as still modified that I just committed.  If I double-click on the file to see what changed, no differences are displayed.
> Finally, using TortoiseSVN, I updated my working copy.  Back in Eclipse I hit F5 and all the icons refresh just fine.  Choosing Synchronize with Repository now produces expected results.
> So, it seems like it's more than just an icon refresh issue.  Maybe an issue handling mixed revisions?
> Thought I'd report it.
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