SVN (Subversion), Incoming changes shows "partial"

Trial user of RubyMine -- and loving it!

Got a question about something in the Incoming Changes window.  I'm using Subversion.  Even though my local working copy is updated to the head revision of the branch I'm working on (trunk), I see several incoming changes listed from another user and I don't understand why.

Each is listed of this format:  [partial]#357 comment from other user

With the actual word "[partial]", then the revision number, then the other user's comment.

What does that "[partial]" mean and why do I still see these incoming changes listed since I think I'm at the most recent revision?

Thanks,

-=Helen=-

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Newish RubyMine user. I also have updated to the latest head but have one [partial] update in my Incoming that won't go away/update. How do I correct this?

Thanks.

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I am still seeing this on the latest EAP release.  It is really annoying.  Any way we can get rid of these (fake?) incoming changes?

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What version of SVN is used on server?

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svn, version 1.6.6 (r40053)
   compiled Jun  5 2011, 14:51:47

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Hello Helen, [partial] mark means that you have some of changes from this commit locally.
Actually, we have some problems with determination what changes are incoming, for some specific conditions (like repeated renames of parent folders etc)

You can try to clear cached records and reload again, either by pressing red cross button in "Repository" tab to clear cache, or manually deleting $IDEA_HOME/config/vcs-cache
This might help.

Also, I've done a fix in this area recently, so it also might help in your situation, it is available in EAP versions.

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