|Synchronize perspective does not show all outgoing changes after update [message #18330]
||Tue, 06 May 2008 12:36
| Felix Schwarz
Registered: July 2009
I use subversive for quite a few months now but recently (since ~1-2
months) I noticed that the synchronize view does not show me all outgoing
changes after I did an update via the synchronize perspective.
This does not happen all the time but I think it happens if I do an update
on the "project" item (the root item). Afterwards no outgoing changes in
this project are listed. After I continue developing in the source code,
sometimes the changes 'reappear'. The only reliable way to force a correct
display of outgoing changes for me is restarting Eclipse. Oddly enough the
files are marked as changed in other places, e.g. the package view.
The command line svn tool (1.4.2) does show all changes correctly all the
Is there anybody out there which has similar experiences? I was not able
to find related bug reports or newsgroup postings although that may be due
to bad search phrases. I'm able to reproduce the problem on a second
computer with a fresh installation, though.
I use the latest Eclipse milestone build (Build id: I20080409-1425) on
CentOS Linux 5 (i386, latest updates) with Java 1.6.0_06-b02 (latest beta)
Suversive SVN Team Provider feature is 0.7.0.v20080425. Subversive SVN
Connector plug-in is 2.0.0.v20080214. Maybe the problem is related to the
Subversive SVN Kit connector (2.0.0.v20080423) but I need this one as
CentOS comes only with Subversion 1.4 and I definitely need the command
Any help is appreciated!
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