|Re: how to disable "edit conflicts" view [message #38844 is a reply to message #38776]
||Mon, 08 December 2008 09:11
| Igor Burilo
Registered: July 2009
You still have the ability to merge conflicts by hand when you have sets of
markers (i.e. <<<, >>>>) which compose the changes you made in the
You can do it in the following way: if you have a conflict file after
synchronization you need to call Update action, after this in you workspace
you'll have 3 new files: filename.mine, filename.rOLDREV, filename.rNEWREV
and also your original file will contain conflicting markers. Do you have
these 3 new files?
Also note: If Subversion considers the file to be mergeable, it places
conflict markers-special strings of text that delimit the "sides" of the
conflict-into the file to visibly demonstrate the overlapping
areas.(Subversion uses the svn:mime-type property to decide if a file is
capable of contextual, line-based merging.)
So probably your file isn't considered as mergeable.
Just for testing you can do the following:
create and commit file conflicts.txt with the content:
Then change and commit file content outside the Eclipse, e.g. by checking
out project in a different workspace using command line,
Change file in your Eclipse workspace to:
Make update in Eclipse, as a result you should have 3 new files and
conflicts.txt should have content smth. like this
Is it reproducable for you?
What Eclipse and Subversion, SVN Connector do use?
> Before installing subversive i used svn from commandline.
> Every conflict was then shown in editor as something like:
> <<< mine
> Only thing I had to do was to edit it normally.
> Now I only see a red icon telling me there are conflicts, and can only
> edit them in highly nousable for me "team> edit conflicts" view.
> How can I enable the old behaviour? I tinkered with options and couldn't
> find the right one.
> Best regards,
> Łukasz Gruner
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