[Subclipse-users] sublclipse screwed up and now am stuck.
From: simon hobbs <simon_hobbs_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 10:03:12 -0700 (PDT)
I am the only user (no other people updating or commiting).
I used the latest eclipse and subclipse.
I simply used eclipse to rename a package. It marks the old one as empty and deted.
When I tried to commit, i got the dreaded
org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: A conflict in the working copy obstructs the current operation
Searching the web, I find lots of people with the same problem, but no fixes.
I tried updating everything - no difference.
Tried to commit a delete of a file which had nothing to do with this and got:
commit -m "" D:/dev/sk_ws/ge-parent/ge-core/src/main/java/com/skillkash/ge/logic D:/dev/sk_ws/ge-parent/ge-core/src/main/java/com/skillkash/ge/logic/Jackpot.java
Tried manually reparing stuff using tortoise and the repo-browser e.g. just commiting the new package directory. This worked. but now when I try and commit a file under that manually, I get:
How can the file possibly not be found, its right there!
If I try and manually commit the deletion of the old package directory, using tortoise, I get the same:
So I went into the tortoise repo browser, and deletd one of the deleted directories (and its single deleted file (logic/Jackpot.java). not it seems to be gone from the repository.
What does this mean?
So Ive backedup my source, and now I start deleteing directories in the repository, in the hope that I can fix a problem which does not exist.
Of course, I lose all the revision history, and hope that I can replace my files from my backup later.
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