Stefan Küng wrote:
> Dan wrote:
>> This happened to me yesterday, and again today.
>> Using the newly released 1.4.0, I go to commit my work. Yesterday, no
>> files showed up in the commit dialog. Today, only about three out of
>> the seven or so showed up. Using "check for modifications" reveals
>> all modified files. Went back and forth several times each time
>> between the commit dialog and the check for modifications dialog, but
>> the same results happened each time -- all files in the check for
>> modifications, but not all in the commit dialog. Rebooted today, and
>> the situation persisted. Eventually, I just did the commit using the
>> subversion command-line client, which seemed to work fine.
>> Windows 2000 with latest updates (I think)
>> Working copies were probably upgraded silently to 1.4.0.
>> First problem was on a merge. Did one update while working.
>> Second problem was also after a merge. Maybe that's not relevant, but
>> I'm not sure.
>> I couldn't find this issue when doing a search of the mailing lists,
>> but it seems to be happening here with pretty good frequency. I'm not
>> sure what triggers the situation, however.
>> (Note: I'm not subscribed to the mailing list, but I check it
> Are the files which don't show up perhaps in some folder included with
> svn:externals? What status do those files have?
> It's strange, because the check-for-modifications dialog and the commit
> dialog use the very same control (and code) to show the files.
Yes, I agree, I think it's strange as well.
The files were mostly modified (M). None were svn:externals. I believe
some of the missing files were in the same directories as others that
did show up. (Unfortunately, I didn't actually do the commit with TSVN
to see what happened. I just used the command line client.)
I had done a merge, then modified some files by hand and/or using the
conflict editor. I also changed some ignore lists to tidy things up.
Actually, the same phenomenon happened again today (this is the third
time). Later, I did a plain merge without any modifications (nothing at
all needed to be done) and the commit was fine that time.
I think this could be quite a serious problem. Unfortunately I couldn't
think of a specific reason/recipe for why the files would be missing.
BTW, this happened on two separate machines, but both have very similar
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Received on Wed Sep 20 22:57:20 2006