[wingide-users] Subversion integration

Morten Lied Johansen mortenlj at funcom.com
Thu Dec 7 07:42:14 MST 2006

I realised that I had only sent this to support, but figure the 
discussion is better suited to run on the mailinglist, since apparently 
there were others with the same problem.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [wingide-users] Subversion integration
Date: Thu, 07 Dec 2006 11:47:57 +0100
From: Morten Lied Johansen <mortenlj at funcom.com>
To: Wingware Support <support at wingware.com>
References: <4576D9DA.3010806 at funcom.com> 
<Pine.LNX.4.64.0612061241300.14685 at localhost.localdomain>

Wingware Support wrote:
> Can you confirm that you're using Wing 2.1.3 with latest patches 
> installed?  I remember this being a bug but I think it's fixed.

I'm using Wing IDE Professional, version 2.1.3-1 on windows XP.

> Also, check that you're created the new file in a directory that 
> is already in SVN.  If it's not, then all items should be 
> disabled (at least in Wing 2.1.3 that seems to be the case).

It is a directory deep in a directory structure that is fully in SVN.
Several of the other files in the same directory is also in SVN.

> If that doesn't help, please submit a bug report from the Help 
> menu with the error log included.  That might tell us more about 
> what is happening.

I see that Encolpe Degoute already submitted a bug report, so I wont
submit a duplicate.

[ From a later email in response to Encolpe Degoute]
> I'm not seeing anything in the log, unfortunately.  Do you have 
> svn 1.4 or 1.3 or earlier on your client?

C:\Documents and Settings\mortenlj>svn --version
svn, version 1.4.2 (r22196)
    compiled Nov  3 2006, 16:53:07

> As a sanity check, also be sure you don't have a copy of svn.py
> in ~/.wingide2/scripts.

No such script in "C:\Documents and Settings\mortenlj\Application
Data\Wing IDE 2\scripts" which I guess would be the corresponding
location for windows users.

> One idea is to put some print statements into scripts/svn.py in
> your Wing installation (after saving a copy of the file).  If you 
> edit it within Wing, it will be auto-reloaded after you save so 
> you don't need to quit and restart Wing.  The prints show up in 
> the Messages tool under the Scripts channel.

I added lots of print statements to both svn_add and _svn_add_available,
but I don't see any of them in the Messages tool, in any channel?

Morten Lied Johansen
Compatible:  Gracefully Accepts Erroneous Data From Any Source.

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