Xcode SCM not showing all revisions?

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by Cinder6, Aug 13, 2009.

  1. Cinder6 macrumors 6502

    Cinder6

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    #1
    Last night I set up SCM (using Subversion) for the first time in Xcode. It's working fine, but I'm unable to view all the revisions for my project. In the SCM menu, I can see one or two sometimes, and in the project's "Get Info" palette, under the SCM tab, there are one or two more. Only problem is, "one or two" isn't how many revisions I've committed (which should be around 8-10 by now).

    Is there some setting I need to adjust, or am I not using it correctly?
     
  2. szymczyk macrumors regular

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    When you clicked the SCM tab in the project's Info panel, Xcode was showing the revisions you made to your Xcode project file (ProjectName.xcodeproj), not all the files in your project. Xcode's SCM info panel shows the revisions you made to a single file. Select the file from the project window and choose SCM > Get SCM Info.

    Is there a source code file you've revised 8-10 times, but the SCM info panel is showing only 1-2 revisions? If so, you may want to ask this question on Apple's Xcode mailing list. Apple's Xcode engineers answer questions on that list, and they would be the people most qualified to solve your problem.
     
  3. Cinder6 thread starter macrumors 6502

    Cinder6

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    Oh, I didn't realize there was a distinction. Looking at different source files, they have different numbers of revisions; I'd thought the "Update to Revision" showed ALL revisions for all files, not just the selected one.

    Looks like it's behaving correctly; thanks.
     

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