8637: "refresh" VCS status?

My install of 8637 seems to have lost its SVN status - it only thinks 4 files have been modified, yet I've changed well over 50 files.

Is there a way to force IDEA to refresh its VCS status (by deleting some caches or such like?)

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Hello Nick,

Maybe you somehow lost directory-version control mapping in Settings | Version Control ?

If not,
can you check what files are not reported (maybe with command line tool)
and give more information, maybe there will be something common for not detected files

for force-refresh, just refresh button should help. there is no cache used.

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>> Maybe you somehow lost directory-version control mapping in Settings | Version Control ?

I checked this - but its still set. Also, if I edit any file, the tab text turns blue, indicating that the file is under version control

>> If not, can you check what files are not reported (maybe with command line tool) and give more information, maybe there will be something common for not detected files
Most of the files are not reported as having changed. If I do a diff with latest version on branch, I see the edits.

>> for force-refresh, just refresh button should help. there is no cache used.
I tried this, but the refresh button in the changes tab doesn't pick up the edits.

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Hello Nick,

My install of 8637 seems to have lost its SVN status - it only thinks
4 files have been modified, yet I've changed well over 50 files.

Is there a way to force IDEA to refresh its VCS status (by deleting
some caches or such like?)


The VCS status isn't stored in any caches. There's only the "Refresh" button
in the Changes view.

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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
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Nick --

I have the exact same issue. I've reported it here:
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEA-18967

This is probably what you are seeing.

-Grant


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"Nick Pratt" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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>>> Maybe you somehow lost directory-version control mapping in Settings |
>>> Version Control ?
>

I checked this - but its still set. Also, if I edit any file, the tab
text turns blue, indicating that the file is under version control

>
>>> If not, can you check what files are not reported (maybe with command
>>> line tool) and give more information, maybe there will be something
>>> common for not detected files

Most of the files are not reported as having changed. If I do a diff with
latest version on branch, I see the edits.

>
>>> for force-refresh, just refresh button should help. there is no cache
>>> used.

I tried this, but the refresh button in the changes tab doesn't pick up
the edits.


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As a workaround, I zipped everything up (just in case), then ran an entire project update.
This forced IDEA to recognize all the local changes. However, from the looks of our breaking main build right now, this didnt pick up every single last one - a few still escaped.

Nick

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Nick, we fixed the bug http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-28916
related to project tree traversing in local changes updater.
I think it must be your case also.
will be in next EAPs of Selena and Diana

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Great news Irina! This one has been really affecting me :) Thanks!


"Irina Chernushina (JetBrains)" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Nick, we fixed the bug http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-28916
related to project tree traversing in local changes updater.
I think it must be your case also.
will be in next EAPs of Selena and Diana


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