IMPORTANT: Latest builds has CVS integration broken.

As %subj% says CVS integration is broken in the latest build. Please do not
use this build if you're using CVS.
Sorry, for inconvinience.

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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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What is broken? It appears to work for me. I have created files and
updated files.

Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

As %subj% says CVS integration is broken in the latest build. Please
do not use this build if you're using CVS.
Sorry, for inconvinience.

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http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Hello Norris,

NS> What is broken? It appears to work for me. I have created files
NS> and updated files.
NS>

The only thing I've noticed so far was an update dialog that didn't go away
(it got stuck at 99%, while synchronizing files after a project update).
I had to kill IDEA and restart to get past it (although a directory update
worked fine).

It would be nice to know what exactly is broken, as I've already upgraded
to the new version (and I wouldn't go back unless it's a severe problem).

Best,
Andrei


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All 'CVS/Repository' files are broken after update - they contain path to
cvs root directory instead of relative path to the directory.

"Andrei Oprea" <andrei.oprea@rogers.com> wrote in message
news:4ea71dcd5f11f8c783a817e7cf3a@news.intellij.net...

Hello Norris,

>

NS> What is broken? It appears to work for me. I have created files
NS> and updated files.
NS>
The only thing I've noticed so far was an update dialog that didn't go
away (it got stuck at 99%, while synchronizing files after a project
update). I had to kill IDEA and restart to get past it (although a
directory update worked fine).

>

It would be nice to know what exactly is broken, as I've already upgraded
to the new version (and I wouldn't go back unless it's a severe problem).

>

Best,
Andrei

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Any word on when this might be fixed? Since I'm using Mac OS X, the improved performance sounds like it might be a good thing but CVS integration is one of only a handful of features that we absolutly, positively cannot live without.

Donald

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Monday morning apparently, though they were very clever and didn't actually specify what Monday, what timezone's morning, what month, nor what year!

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Do the files get into the CVS repository OK?

OK, I'm scared.

Is there an ETA for the fix?

Olesya Smirnova wrote:

>All 'CVS/Repository' files are broken after update - they contain path to
>cvs root directory instead of relative path to the directory.
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>"Andrei Oprea" <andrei.oprea@rogers.com> wrote in message
>news:4ea71dcd5f11f8c783a817e7cf3a@news.intellij.net...

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>>Hello Norris,
>>
>>NS> What is broken? It appears to work for me. I have created files
>>NS> and updated files.
>>NS>
>>The only thing I've noticed so far was an update dialog that didn't go
>>away (it got stuck at 99%, while synchronizing files after a project
>>update). I had to kill IDEA and restart to get past it (although a
>>directory update worked fine).
>>
>>It would be nice to know what exactly is broken, as I've already upgraded
>>to the new version (and I wouldn't go back unless it's a severe problem).
>>
>>Best,
>>Andrei
>>
>>
>>
>>
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Hmmm, any chance that copying the cvsIntegration plugin from a previous build (since when is this broken?) would provide a temporary fix, till we have a fresh build? The performance improvements on #3483 are definitely welcome, and I'm drearing going back to #3467 (thanks god for SmartCVS. Erm, rather, thanks Thomas)

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If you don't update the project, commit should be ok.
But to be sure check it using some previous IDEA version or cvs client (and recheck out the project)

>Is there an ETA for the fix?

Tomorrow i think

"Norris Shelton" <nunya@nunya.net> wrote in message news:43258064.8090405@nunya.net...
Do the files get into the CVS repository OK?

OK, I'm scared.

Is there an ETA for the fix?

Olesya Smirnova wrote:
All 'CVS/Repository' files are broken after update - they contain path to
cvs root directory instead of relative path to the directory.

"Andrei Oprea" <andrei.oprea@rogers.com> wrote in message
news:4ea71dcd5f11f8c783a817e7cf3a@news.intellij.net...
Hello Norris,

NS> What is broken? It appears to work for me. I have created files
NS> and updated files.
NS>
The only thing I've noticed so far was an update dialog that didn't go
away (it got stuck at 99%, while synchronizing files after a project
update). I had to kill IDEA and restart to get past it (although a
directory update worked fine).

It would be nice to know what exactly is broken, as I've already upgraded
to the new version (and I wouldn't go back unless it's a severe problem).

Best,
Andrei




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Have you seen that "hopefully" word, Hani?
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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Monday morning apparently, though they were very clever and didn't
actually specify what Monday, what timezone's morning, what month, nor
what year!



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Of course I did, I was just teasing ;)

Take your time, it'll be ready when it's ready, I'm not going to be one of those whiners who demands a build and pretends that talking about donuts makes it all ok!

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