Two possible bugs in Remote Hosts Access

Hello!

I have found some strange behaviour of remote host synchronization in PyCharm EAP 98.404.

First, there is a little annoying bug: every time I open a project, PyCharm says that I should map project root directory:

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But, as you can clearly see on the next screenshot, the project is already mapped:

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Second, and I am not sure whether this is a bug or not, PyCharm does not seem to synchronize files on remote server when I update subversion working copy on my hard drive. You can reproduce this with these simple steps:

1. Check out some files in new project using Version Control in PyCharm. I used subversion, not sure if it matters.

2. Set up deployment of your working copy on a remote host.

3. Change files in your repository from elsewhere.

4. Update your working copy using Version Control in PyCharm.

5. Your files will change in your working copy on hard drive, but they will not be uploaded to remote host. Seems that files changed by version control update do not trigger deployment process.

Maybe I should update to 100.54, but I don't see changes in remote host access in this version anyway.

Please, somebody tell me, am I doing something wrong?



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Hello Alexey,

But, as you can clearly see on the next screenshot, the project is already mapped

Is something entered in 'Web path on server XXX' field?

Seems that files changed by version control update do not trigger deployment process.

It is not currently supported, please watch/vote for http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/WI-2171 to be notified on updates.

Regards,

Kirill

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No, actually I didn't enter anything into "web path" field. This is causing the message to appear, I assume. I could not find a way to change host name in this field, and my project is deployed under project-name.server.com, not under server.com/project-name. This is annoying, too, by the way :-)

Thanks for pointing out issue tracking number for the second bug, I did vote. Hope it will be fixed soon.

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Hello Alexey,

This is causing the message to appear, I assume.

Yes it is, you can enter anything there, e.g. '/'.

I could not find a way to change host name in this field, and my project is deployed under project-name.server.com, not under server.com/project-name.

Please see/comment/vote http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/WI-1940 and http://devnet.jetbrains.net/thread/291929?tstart=0

Regards,

Kirill

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Thank you, Kirill, I've got all the answers I needed.

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