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I have many files in pending changes tab..

I check in all of them, but actually there are more modified files. I don’t see them in the list, even after ‘refresh’

Only closing and reopening the GUI will make them seen in ‘pending changes’ list

How can tis be fixed?

 

using version 8.0.16.3799 on Centos OS.

( I think... uname -a gives:
Linux *****************  2.6.32-696.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue Mar 21 19:29:05 UTC 2017 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux )
 

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Hi,

Let me try to understand. The problem is the macplastic GUI is not finding you some pending to commit changes (even clicking on the refresh button)?

After reopening the GUi do they appear?

Is the issue easy to reproduce? Do this changes have somthing in common? We haven't been reported this issue in the past.

I guess if you run the "cm status" command in your workspace, you are able to see all the pending to commit changes.

Regards,

Carlos.

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Hi Carlos

 

You understand correctly.

The command to open the GUI that I use is gtkplastic

what is macplastic?

the issue appeared few times, I guess it can be reproduced.

currently I checked in all the files I needed, and cm status does show correct status.

 

BTW, when doing cm status I get this warning below. how can I avoid it?

Thanx

WARNING: the secure connection hostname provided in the server 
certificate doesn't match the server hostname. This means that the 
certificate was not issued to this hostname or that there is a network 
configuration problem with this host.

- Certificate hostname: AppServer
- Server hostname: 185.220.207.15

If you want to continue connecting to this host, choose 'Yes'. The certificate 
  validation will continue (not recommended).
If you want to abandon the connection, choose 'No' (recommended).
    
Choose an option (Y)es, (N)o (hitting Enter selects 'No'): Y

 

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Hi,

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The command to open the GUI that I use is gtkplastic

what is macplastic?

 

Sorry, macplastic is the equivalent for the GUI on macOS.

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BTW, when doing cm status I get this warning below. how can I avoid it?

The problem is you have a SSL certificate created for "AppServer". if you connect to the server via this server name instead of the IP, the warning message won't happen again.

Regards,

Carlos.

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Hi Carlos

Thanx for your help.

so what about the pending changes? how can I make it work better and not miss some files that are modified?

Hadar

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Hi,

I can see you are using a bit old Plastic version. Could you upgrade to the latest one and cehck if the issue is still reproducible?

Regards,

Carlos.

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