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PB 11.5.1 and source control VM

I am having a slight problem after i got a new laptop with win7 (64 bit).

When connecting to source control using Version Manager 8.4.5 it connects fine
but all my objects are listed as not being under source control.

Everything worked fine on my old PC (win7 32 bit) and all objects are under source control.

If i use 'refresh status' all objects are listed but nothing happens. If i use 'Get Latest Version' nothing is listed.

But if i re add all objects to source control they are listed as under source control and are linked to the existing archives.

Then i can check in/out, get lastest version and all works fine. All changes are saved to version control.

But when i close PB and reopen it all objects are again listed as not being under source control.

Any one experienced any thing like this before

Brgds

Steen Christiansen

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2012 at 10:11 PM

    Hi Steen;

    FYI: Both the PB Classic IDE and the new PB.Net IDE are only 32 bit in nature. Did you install the 32 bit version of your SCM as well?

    Regards ... Chris

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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2012 at 04:42 AM

    When we first moved to Windows 7 (64 bit) we were still using Merant, so I know it works there (we've since moved to subversion).

    The key to what objects are under (or not under) source control is the PBG files. Sounds like those may be getting corrupt. That's where I'd start looking anyway.

    The part about "But if i re add all objects to source control" makes me a bit nervous. Have you checked the project in Merant to make sure you're not causing problems there?

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