I'm happy to not have any svn merge features for versions before my MAXREV). > Finally, keep in mind that SVN automatically knows the "natural > history" for a branch. Get over it or go back to CVS. Back to top #2 P4Lester P4Lester Advanced Member Members 143 posts Posted 14 February 2013 - 11:53 PM Hi, I'd make sure the Perforce components are installed correctly by uninstalling all However, I've mostly worked with branches that I created post merge tracking. useful reference
Mark Phippard-3 Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Branch merge issues On I haven't been able to recreate this problem using Subclipse 1.10.3. Here's what I get from the logs. !ENTRY org.eclipse.core.jobs 4 2 2013-11-26 12:07:07.747 !MESSAGE An internal error occurred during: "Initializing Compare Editor for Compare". !STACK 0 java.lang.NullPointerException I can find no equivalent to this in Subclipse.
java.lang.NullPointerException And then my changes are in a new file *.tmp and the real file contains the server version. In both scenarios, a multiproject merge brings back every revision > > and takes a loong time. > > When you ran the merge to set the mergeinfo, was it something You just described the structure of every project I've ever worked on. So, how do we find out what is wrong?
Again, this makes merge pretty unusable. > > My fifth issue is with attempting to use the alternative Compare With option to bring files from TRUNK to the Branch. > No more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed The event does not contain an error message thus a NPE is thrown when trying to retrieve the 'message' When SVNEvent has its action set to SKIP, it is not necessary But why is it so hidden?
It does for me. > I guess what i need to do is check out the /trunk and the branch/v21 folder > and then import the projects from the folders as Seems like there's something bugged from my old workspace (which was running 1.6 not so long ago). All rights reserved. I had a new try using the Java perspective.
And that there are branches, used as branches under the folder named branches. Can I simulate this on the command line and provide more info? > Even if SVN is showing the revisions, if the svn:mergeinfo property is > set on the project it There is no such thing as "trunk" in Subversion. Cause SVN issues a SKIP event which is skipping a file during the update process and the UpdateEventHandler thinks it must be an error and expects an error message coming with
My setup is as follows: /trunk/eclipseprojecta /trunk/eclipseprojectb /trunk/eclipseprojectc /branches/branch1/eclipseprojecta /branches/branch1/eclipseprojectb /branches/branch1/eclipseprojectc Trying to backport changes from trunk to branch. look at this site Receive messages? Often because they had to migrate from another tool. Stephen Colebourne-2 Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ RE: Re: Branch merge issues > > My second issue
During the setup run, the task starts to execute the checkout of the first project. see here selsemore Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ [Issue 1564] Cannot compare to branch/tag (Initializing Compare Editor for Compare) There is a new merge client that replaces Subclipse merge that you can get from CollabNet: http://desktop-eclipse.open.collab.net/> My second issue is that the merge is immediate. I thought I'd write and discuss my difficulties - Subclipse 1.6.2, Java HL 1.6.2 (rv37639), svn repository 1.5.
Basically svn log -r HIGH:LOW >> Even if SVN is showing the revisions, if the svn:mergeinfo property is >> set on the project it will not try to re-merge those revisions. What I'm arguing for is for the svn toolset (as a whole) to recognise that shift. Again, this makes merge pretty unusable. > > You just described the structure of every project I've ever worked on. > Not only is merge not unusable, I think it works http://downloadcallwave.com/an-internal/an-internal-error-occurred-during-launching-java-lang-nullpointerexception.php What > happens then if another one does it on the project level? > Then he doesnt see those properties i guess?
In my eclipse 3.0 with subclipse 0.9.105 I did not find such a view or perspective. That has helped, as now when I do a Collabnet eclipse merge on a single project, I only get a small number of differences (in the select revisions to merge). The proper solution for me is either > switching to JavaHL (but I hate depending on many external > libraries, I > want to distribute my configuration) or to switch
Can i commit that on 1 top level dir what is not direct THE project in eclipse where i work on?) johan Mark Phippard-3 Reply | Threaded Open this My recollection was that the UI comes entirely from the Eclipse compare plugin and we just provide the data model. I'm right-clicking on the file I want to compare, choosing the compare option and selecting a configured branch from the dialog (always worked under 1.6). Not only is merge not unusable, I think it works great.
It will go to the repository and find the parent mergeinfo. > Same for the branches/tags configuration. Of course, the list of differences is going to grow quickly over time as more is checked into trunk which isn't ideal (only a few items from trunk are ported back On Wednesday 08 February 2006 18:55, Mark Phippard wrote: Martin Stechert
Perhaps you could create a build with extra logging? The SVN console prints the command that I've issued (no other output) copy -rHEAD http://subversion.caseconsult.com/svn/sandbox/trunk/0001_Lektor http://subversion.caseconsult.com/svn/sandbox/tags/0001_Lektor Here I'm getting an exception: An internal error occurred during: "SVN Branch/Tag". Each time I close the dialog with OK, it comes up immediately and it seems, that the list of errors grows up continuously. So, what I don't understand is why you believe that merge across projects is working great.
I can run compares without problem if I compare revisions within the same branch - its really using path that triggers the bug. ------------------------------------------------------ http://subclipse.tigris.org/ds/viewMessage.do?dsForumId=1046&dsMessageId=3069308To unsubscribe from this discussion, e-mail: [[hidden What would be useful info for you to find out what the issue is here? Free forum by Nabble Edit this page Tigris - SCM › tigris - subclipse › subclipse - users Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search NullPointerException during merge with 1.4 What happens then if another one does it on the project level?
When you browsing in projects, that will give a lot of errors. Work fine, until I did a update some time ago. This is the command > we'd execute to get the eligible revisions to merge for all projects.
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