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Report #:  45491   Status: Reported
Subversion integration in JBuilder 2006
Project:  JBuilder Build #: serv
Version:    12 Submitted By:   Pierre Masse
Report Type:  Minor failure / Design problem Date Reported:  5/4/2007 7:35:33 AM
Severity:    Critical / Show Stopper Last Updated: 12/7/2007 7:38:18 AM
Platform:    All platforms Internal Tracking #:  
Resolution: None  Resolved in Build: : None
Duplicate of:  None
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We use Subversion 1.4.2.

We are a team of two. When either of us adds a folder under the Web Module
directory, the other do not get the folder nor the JSPs when
committing/updating using Subversion. Adding a folders/files anywhere else
works fine.

Also, when I (not the folder creator) run Subversion's commit, it display the missing folder as being
in the repository and missing in my project. It tries to get it and display an

Here's the message that show in the log tab:
svn: Failed to add directory 'Admin': object of the same name is already
scheduled for addition.
We found a work around for what I think is a JBuilder Subversion integration
JBuilder sends a SVN UPDATE -N command when it should not have the -N

(see newsgroup post)
Subject: JBuilder - SubVersion issue dated May 2nd 2007.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Add a folder/file under the web module
- Commit the change to repository
- Team member are not able to update there working copy with the new folder/file.
Here's what I have to do when adding Folders/Files under a JBuilder Web

- Add folder/files normaly then Commit using JBuilder's subversion
- Each team member must do a manual (command box) SVN Update of there
working folder;


Team member 1 creates a folder Test under D:\AAA\AAAWebModule\JSP (using
JBuilder's interface).
Team member 1 commit the new folder (using JBuilder's Subversion interface).

Team member 2 opens a command box and issues this command: svn update
Messages should display showing the folder/file added to team member 2's
working copy.

Vincent Leonty at 5/4/2007 8:49:37 AM -
It would be nice to have SVN integration with Borland Developer Studio 2006. We use C++Builder and having SVN integration would be great. I will file a separate report for that...

Vincent Leonty at 5/7/2007 10:56:47 AM -
Yes, I am aware of EPocalipse SourceConnecXion and PushOk SVN Proxy. Not the greatest user experience.

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