Any of those help PHPStorm (and all of the Intellij family of IDEs) likes to do funky things with source control in order to normalize the source control interface for the user (So that version control looks the same whether you use Git, Mercurial or Subversion). For that reason, I never use my IDE to do my commits (That, and because PHPStorm doesn't support PGP signed commits with git commit -S).
To fix the issue you can do Justin, Every time you commit with Subversion, you need to write a summary of what is being committed (i.e. the commit message). The error is because Subversion is trying to launch a text editor so that you can write a commit message, but the editor is never being launched. Setting the SVN_EDITOR in your .bash_profile will do the trick. Here are some detailed step-by-step instructions on how to set vim as the default editor used by svn: Original link dead, replaced with archive.is mirror
svn commit -m "Fixed a regression that prevented pigs from flying (resolves issue #123, but causes strange behavior elsewhere)"
svn commit -f /path/to/a/file/with/a/long/commit/message.txt
Updating and committing only a file's permissions using git version control
With these it helps By default, git will update execute file permissions if you change them. It will not change or track any other permissions. If you don't see any changes when modifying execute permission, you probably have a configuration in git which ignore file mode.
filemode = false
git config core.filemode true
While committing in SVN i can't get the latest version : Commit failed
I hope this helps . As the original message suggested, in SVN is a newer version of the file(s) you try to check in, so you have to svn update first. Regarding the errors you got on your second try, when doing svn update you should have read the output of the command. It told you that there were conflicts. You have to resolve those conflicts first before you are able to commit. Here you can read more about resolving conflicts in SVN: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.8/svn.tour.cycle.html#svn.tour.cycle.resolve
How does Hibernate do row version check for Optimistic Locking before committing the transaction
it fixes the issue For the default optimistic locking mechanism, the one given by the @Version annotation, there is no such risk. As explained in this article, optimistic locking does not require any extra SELECT to get and check the version after the entity was modified. So, there are two steps involved:
SELECT * FROM PRODUCT WHERE ID = 1;
UPDATE PRODUCT SET (LIKES, QUANTITY, VERSION) = (5, 10, 3)
WHERE ID = 1 AND VERSION = 2;
Eclipse Maven - Auto Increment pom version before committing to GitHub?