On Mar 31, 2009, at 09:10, emerson cargnin wrote:
> A few people in my team sometimes have a problem with the
> following situation:
> - Person 1 changes file A and commits
> - Person 2 changes file A and commits (without updating)
> Most of times it would generate an error saying that the file is out
> of sync, so the person would have to resolve the conflicts before
> It happens that sometimes the person 2 commits without without svn
> giving any message, hence overwriting the file previously committed by
> person 1.
I am not aware of any way for that to occur.
> The main problems is that it's an intermittent problem and it goes
> silent, and the problem will only appear when the code/page that
> should be expected to do something doesn't do.
> We are using svn server version 1.4.4 (r25188).
> The client usually is a tortoise, different versions. Would using
> different versions of tortoise cause this type of problem?
I don't know about TortoiseSVN specifically, but the Subversion
promise is that any 1.x client can work with any 1.x server, so it
shouldn't be a problem. Nevertheless, I recommend you upgrade your
server and client to the latest version (1.6.0) in case this is a bug
that has already been fixed. If you then still encounter the problem,
a reproduction recipe would be helpful, though if the problem is
intermittent, I can see how that would be difficult.
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Received on 2009-04-02 01:58:16 CEST