2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 23, 2018 5:33 PM by 934371

    18.2 killed local Subversion SVN support

    934371

      Just that. Local Subversion SVN support is completely non-functional in 18.2, you can neither update from nor commit to local repositories. Try this:

       

      1. Create a new local repository Team->Subversion->Create Local Repository...
      2. From the repository's context menu in the Versions pane Right Click->Check Out...
      3. From the checked out folder's context menu Right Click->Versioning->Update
      4. Get useless error message
        java.base/[Ljava.lang.Object; cannot be cast to [Loracle.ide.model.Locatable;

       

      Now try this:

       

      1. from the checked out folder's context menu Right Click->New->Database File->SQL File
      2. Add anything to the file (e.g. SELECT * FROM dual) and save
      3. From the file's context menu Right Click->Versioning->Add
      4. From the checked out folder's context menu Right Click->Versioning->Commit
      5. Get useless error message
        java.base/[Ljava.lang.Object; cannot be cast to [Loracle.ide.model.Locatable;

       

      The 18.2 release seems a tad premature. This is a very serious regression. I have tested this bug against both wholly new repositories and our existing repositories, on multiple installations, and machines. This absolutely does not work in any way whatsoever. I have tried this with both local and global installs, with and without TortoiseSVN, but only on Windows 7.thatJeffSmith-Oracle