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Re: newbie question: why this happens?

From: Michael P. Reilly <arcege_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 09:02:27 -0400

Hi,

The likely answer is that someone else has checked in files "fileA.txt",
"fileB.txt" and "fileC.txt" from another working copy into the directory
"abc" before you added and commit the changes in your working copy.

Run "svn log -v abc" and you will probably see who and when those files were
committed. Although you may need to use the URL instead of just "abc" since
your working copy has not been updated to the most recent revision yet.

  -Arcege

On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 9:26 AM, Xiaoshen Li <xsli2_at_yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am using Linux. My directory structure is like:
>
> project_root/
> project_root/abc/
>
> The whole thing (project_root/) is in version control.
> When I am at project_root/, "svn st -u" print out:
>
> ? * abc/fileA.txt
> ? * abc/fileB.txt
> ? * abc/fileC.txt
>
> What above means? I know ? indicates the file is not
> in version control, but * means the file has new
> modification in svn repository. How could this be?
>
> Again, if I am at project_root/abc/, "svn st -u" print
> out nothing. Why is it different from what I saw when
> I am at upper level? I checked the property of
> project_root/ and project_root/abc/, nothing there. I
> am puzzled.
>
> Thank you for your help.
>
>
>
>
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