Can't commit the update of my plugin :(

Hi there,
Last month I’ve committed the HeightmapProcessor plugin (it is basically just a .jar file) on https://code.google.com/p/jmonkeyplatform-contributions.

I’ve put the source on https://github.com/Pesegato/HMapProcessor

Now I make a modification, committed on github and rebuilt the jar.

I try to also commit the plugin but… it says that I have nothing to commit. :frowning:
What should I do?

Maybe you forgot to ‘Add’ the changes in git before you commit.

Tried that, didn’t help.

Did you actually “git push” the changes? GIT requires things to be done two or three times to really take… but it calls each of those times a different thing. In this case, to commit something you have to commit it and then push it because commit isn’t really committing it in the SVN sense.

Also this didn’t help. :frowning:

Please note that we are talking about 2 different projects:

  1. The actual sources are on github and are committed regularily

  2. The Netbeans plugin is just the built .jar of the above, and is what I want to commit on google code (not github). I’ve followed the instructions on the tutorial page, but it worked only for the first commit and when I changed some information. It’s as the library itself weren’t part of the plugin.

@Pesegato said: Also this didn't help. :(

Please note that we are talking about 2 different projects:

  1. The actual sources are on github and are committed regularily

  2. The Netbeans plugin is just the built .jar of the above, and is what I want to commit on google code (not github). I’ve followed the instructions on the tutorial page, but it worked only for the first commit and when I changed some information. It’s as the library itself weren’t part of the plugin.

So, your only evidence that it didn’t commit is that the end of a long process (that probably isn’t even running) doesn’t produce the output it’s supposed to? Did you even just go to google code and check to see if the file you committed is there with changes?

My evidence is this: I just don’t have anything to commit.

this

And yes, I checked google code and didn’t commit anything. On the left, you can see the project itself.

Just to be sure, the jar you want to commit on google code has to be committed through SVN. Or am I completely wrong?

Yes, SVN.

Well, is the jar up on google code? Is the new one actually different? Do you know how to browse stuff on google code?

I managed to commit it this way:

  1. I copied the new .jar file from my

HMapProcessor\dist

to

pesegato-suite\HMProcessor\release\libs

And only then I have managed to commit it.

I can add a line to the ant build script, but now, why didn’t jmonkey/netbeans do this by itself?