Prior to SVN 1.5, you would not have even got that far as it just did
not even attempt to allow it. As of 1.5 this should work, but
obviously there is a bug. I'd suggest coming up with a reproduction
script using the command line and then report it to
Based on your error, maybe, with an emphasis on maybe, if you had done
an svn up on the root of your project before doing these steps it
would have worked.
On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 11:51 AM, jcompagner<jcompagner_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> i have this:
> then i rename dir2 to dir22
> then i move dir3 into dir4 (so i reparent it)
> then i get this:
> Obstructed update
> svn: Revision 22288 doesn't match existing revision 25217 in
> Why is this a problem?
> I just want to refactor a bit.
> Also eclipse gives an error and i dont see the move happening in the ui
> But when i do refresh i do see it there. But i guess now my working copy of
> svn is not correct?
> because if i try to commit:
> commit -m "test" (119 paths specified)
> Working copy is corrupt
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Did not expect 'F:\workspace\project\dir1\dir22\dir3\dir4' to be a
> working copy root
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