#3397 - Subversion commits..... one for each file?

So I just set up a new project and new subversion repository, added 23
files to the repo, and commited.... all sweet, except it seems IDEA did
a commit on each individual file, and not all 23 in one hit.

So I have 23 individual commit transactions, rather than one large
atomic transaction.

Is anyone else seeing this behaviour?

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In article <damf9n$8fn$1@is.intellij.net>,
Mark Derricutt <mark@talios.com> wrote:

So I just set up a new project and new subversion repository, added 23
files to the repo, and commited.... all sweet, except it seems IDEA did
a commit on each individual file, and not all 23 in one hit.

So I have 23 individual commit transactions, rather than one large
atomic transaction.

Is anyone else seeing this behaviour?


? You sure? Are you ending up with 23 revisions higher?

R

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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>>Is anyone else seeing this behaviour?

? You sure? Are you ending up with 23 revisions higher?


My bad - the project management web-interface software to the repository
was showing 23 distinct transactions for each added file. Looking at
the raw web-dav browser I'm at revision 3.

So I woke up at 6am and stumbled out to check email when I couldn't sleep :P

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This could happen when plugin considers that each of the committed file belongs to its own working copy. It may consider so if a) files really belong to the different working copies or b) files belong to the same working copy, but there is a bug in plugin :)

Could you please check whether there is something speicific in your project / working copy layout that may cause plugin think that files belong to the different working copies.

Thanks,
Alexander Kitaev.

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Alexander Kitaev wrote:

This could happen when plugin considers that each of the committed
file belongs to its own working copy. It may consider so if a) files
really belong to the different working copies or b) files belong to
the same working copy, but there is a bug in plugin :)


Nah, turns out it was just a 6am confused mind. The web interface for
the project management console app I was using recorded expanded each
transaction in its logs for somereason. Looking at the actual
repository everything was only one transaction.

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