CVS Updates For No Freakin' Reason In 3242

Just upgraded to 3242 (3235 was popping oodles of exceptions).

It seems like every time I do something, IDEA does a CVS update of something (I'm not even sure what).

What the HECK is going on? I don't want any CVS updates unless I ask for one.

Donald

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I get the same think. I had to go back to 3235.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Donald McLean wrote:

>Just upgraded to 3242 (3235 was popping oodles of exceptions).
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>It seems like every time I do something, IDEA does a CVS update of something (I'm not even sure what).
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>What the HECK is going on? I don't want any CVS updates unless I ask for one.
>
>Donald

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CVS can try to load up-to-date revision if the localy stored one is absent.
BTW why do you think cvs does something? Could you turn on cvs output
(-Dcvs.print.output=true) and send it to me?

"Donald McLean" <dmclean@stsci.edu> wrote in message
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Just upgraded to 3242 (3235 was popping oodles of exceptions).

>

It seems like every time I do something, IDEA does a CVS update of
something (I'm not even sure what).

>

What the HECK is going on? I don't want any CVS updates unless I ask for
one.

>

Donald



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I am working from home today so I can't give you what you are looking for.

BTW, it was updating files that I was working on. These were files that
were already in CVS and I was the only person working on the project.
Every time I went back to another file, it would try to update the file.

Olesya Smirnova wrote:

>CVS can try to load up-to-date revision if the localy stored one is absent.
>BTW why do you think cvs does something? Could you turn on cvs output
>(-Dcvs.print.output=true) and send it to me?
>
>"Donald McLean" <dmclean@stsci.edu> wrote in message
>news:24631838.1109776498004.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

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>>Just upgraded to 3242 (3235 was popping oodles of exceptions).
>>
>>It seems like every time I do something, IDEA does a CVS update of
>>something (I'm not even sure what).
>>
>>What the HECK is going on? I don't want any CVS updates unless I ask for
>>one.
>>
>>Donald
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>>
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>

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I have mailed the output to Olesya off-list.

As for how I can tell, that's easy.

I'm using :ext: with PuTTy plink with pagent cached keys. The first thing that IDEA does when it goes to execute the first CVS command in a session is prompt me for my SSH password (even though it is unnecessary).

In this case, I get the prompt as soon as IDEA starts loading my project.

Donald

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Olesya Smirnova wrote:

CVS can try to load up-to-date revision if the localy stored one is absent.
BTW why do you think cvs does something? Could you turn on cvs output


It also seems to do cvs update-checks for a project that's not under
CVS control - on startup, it prompts me for a (cvs-ssh) password, tries
to do an update, then complains that the 'cvs server: cannot find module
'null/EveryJavaFileInProject.java' - ignored.'
So, yes - I think Irida is somewhat overactive on the source control
front. :)

Regards,
Edwin

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>BTW, it was updating files that I was working on. These were files that were already in CVS and I >was the only person working on the project

Well, CVS usually gets up-to-date contents from local history, but it seems up-to-date content for the file was unavailable.

Should be fixed in 3247 (change marker will just ignore such files). Thanks!
"Norris Shelton" <norrisshelton@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:422716E6.5090803@yahoo.com...
I am working from home today so I can't give you what you are looking for.

BTW, it was updating files that I was working on. These were files that were already in CVS and I was the only person working on the project. Every time I went back to another file, it would try to update the file.

Olesya Smirnova wrote:
CVS can try to load up-to-date revision if the localy stored one is absent.
BTW why do you think cvs does something? Could you turn on cvs output
(-Dcvs.print.output=true) and send it to me?

"Donald McLean" <dmclean@stsci.edu> wrote in message
news:24631838.1109776498004.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...
Just upgraded to 3242 (3235 was popping oodles of exceptions).

It seems like every time I do something, IDEA does a CVS update of
something (I'm not even sure what).

What the HECK is going on? I don't want any CVS updates unless I ask for
one.

Donald


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Well, CVS usually gets up-to-date contents from local history, but it seems up-to-date content for the file was unavailable.
Should be fixed in 3247 (change marker will just ignore such files). Thanks!

:(
But I really would like change markers, even if Idea does not have a local history (because it is switched off, or I just cleaned my complete system folder again to get a new eap working).

I can see that the automatic update is bugging people, but maybe some lightweight sort of user interaction to get the change markers back? Maybe some status bar popup "Click to refresh change markers from CVS"?

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