From command line, I'll execute "svn stat", and I see several modifications. However, IDEA is wholly unaware of my changes. The files are not listed in the changes window, nor does their color indicate a local change. Most alarmingly, when I invoke the commit dialog, they are not listed amongst the changed files.
Clicking the "refresh" button on the changes toolbar does not rectify the situation (in fact, I observed doing so removed a changed file from the list). The "svn working copies" tab on the changes window correctly lists my working directories and associated svn url.
I am using Ubuntu 10.10, with IDEA build #486, but my coworker has observed the same problem in 520.
My subversion version info is:
svn, version 1.6.12 (r955767)
compiled Jul 8 2010, 14:54:54
Is this a known problem? Is there something I'm doing incorrectly?
I hadn't realized how dependent I am on the commit dialog. As I have just introduced a bug because of missing commits, I think I have to use an earlier version of IDEA due to this problem. I'm happy to create a bug in YouTrack if this is indeed a new issue.