CVS not working in 1109 and 1113

Having updated to Intellij 1113 I noticed when adding new classes that they were not automatically being added to CVS. In fact I can't add anything to CVS via Intellij in this version as the CVS menu is always greyed out.

I checked all the settings and everything seemed okay.

I tried again with 1109 and that build didn't work either.

Reverting to build 1094 reenabled all the functionality.

Has anything changed between these builds that might cause this problem. Is there any logging I can do to help fixed it?

Thanks,
Theo

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'Add' will be grayed (for unknown file) if parent of the file is not under
cvs. Please check this.


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"Theo Harper" <theo_harper@systemsunion.com> wrote in message
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Having updated to Intellij 1113 I noticed when adding new classes that

they were not automatically being added to CVS. In fact I can't add
anything to CVS via Intellij in this version as the CVS menu is always
greyed out.
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I checked all the settings and everything seemed okay.

>

I tried again with 1109 and that build didn't work either.

>

Reverting to build 1094 reenabled all the functionality.

>

Has anything changed between these builds that might cause this problem.

Is there any logging I can do to help fixed it?
>

Thanks,
Theo



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Hi Olesya,

The parent directory is definitely know by CVS, as going back to version 1094 removes the problem.

I can also use cvs on the command line.

Is there any debugging I can turn on that might help?

Thanks,
Theo

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Could you please restart IDEA and check this immediatelly after restart?

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"Theo Harper" <theo_harper@systemsunion.com> wrote in message
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Hi Olesya,

>

The parent directory is definitely know by CVS, as going back to version

1094 removes the problem.
>

I can also use cvs on the command line.

>

Is there any debugging I can turn on that might help?

>

Thanks,
Theo



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Have restarted and it still does not work, I am going to try the lastest build.

I remember there being some logging I could add, would this help?

Thanks,
Theo

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Logging is useless (at least right now). Could you attach screenshot with
the project view containing this file?

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"Theo Harper" <theo_harper@systemsunion.com> wrote in message
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Have restarted and it still does not work, I am going to try the lastest

build.
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I remember there being some logging I could add, would this help?

>

Thanks,
Theo



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Here are two screen dumps, one containing the CVS menu for a Java file not in CVS and the other for a file in the same directory that is in CVS.

Hope this helps.

Theo

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Images did not get posted!



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.. apologies for posting a BMP (selected the wrong file), but the content is the same.

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Cannot file the screenshot.. Attach it please to your request
(http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=27527)
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Olesya Smirnova
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"Develop with pleasure!"

"Theo Harper" <theo_harper@systemsunion.com> wrote in message
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Here are two screen dumps, one containing the CVS menu for a Java file not

in CVS and the other for a file in the same directory that is in CVS.
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Hope this helps.

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Theo



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