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[Subclipse-users] Bug with subclipse, where it thinks I have code changes when I actually do not.

From: Justin Akehurst <justin.akehurst_at_isilon.com>
Date: Fri, 10 May 2013 20:49:04 +0000

The best way to describe this is with pictures, but I'll attempt to use words.

In the resource perspective, project explorer view, where it shows a tree of your source files, I use label decorations to show outstanding differences in my working copy.
When I check out my working copy fresh from my svn repository, Subclipse will show certain directories as having an update, but if I go to the command line and use svn status,
there are no outstanding changes. It only seems to affect certain directories and files in my working copy. I have no idea why those particular directories and files are affected.


If I go to the command line at the 'lwisi' directory, and do svn status, there will be no outstanding changes:

$ pwd
$ svn status

Remember, this is on a *fresh* svn checkout.

Has anyone seen this before? How do I fix this? Is this some sort of deep repository bug that when I check out my working copy, it comes over as broken?

OS X 10.8.3 (with stock Java from Apple, fully patched)
Eclipse 4.2.2 build M20130204-1200
subversion client adapter 1.8.3
subversion javahl
svn team provider core 1.8.18
CLI Subversion (from MacPorts)
  subversion @1.7.9_1 (active)
  subversion-javahlbindings @1.7.9_0 (active)

Thanks for your time,

-Justin Akehurst
Senior Software Engineer
EMC Isilon Storage Division
justin.akehurst at emc.com


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