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update trickery

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-10-23 17:01:41 CEST

Attention Recent Updaters:

If you've updated your working copy with Revision 280 or later, you
probably didn't get the svn:ignore property change on your top-level
directory. In fact, you probably got a nasty 400 error. :-)

Thanks to Kevin Pilch-Bisson and myself, this should not happen with
the latest Subversion.

A (somewhat) easy fix is to make sure you've built Subversion with the
latest codebase, then `svn up -r 279` and back again with `svn up`.

The tricky part will be actually getting the latest codebase. You
might need to go into your working copy and do `svn up *` or something
similar (in order to avoid actually updating the top-level directory)
or just checkout a new working copy.

Acrobatically yours,

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