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Re: commit failure after 'svn rm' + 'rm', ok after 'svn rm' only, why? (0.10.2)

From: Alexis Huxley <ahuxley_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2002-05-23 10:49:58 CEST

> > Subject: commit failure after 'svn rm' + 'rm', ok after 'svn rm' only,
> > why? (0.10.2)
> ^^^^^^^^
> Could you repeat your scenario with the HEAD revision (we're at rev 2000
> atm)? I think there were fixes in this area after the 0.10.2 tarball.

Sure; gimme 48 hours and I'll get/compile/install and repeat the test.

As a consequence: if I upgrade from 0.10.2 to rev 2000 then is my
existing archive compatible with rev 2000, or should I checkout everything,
rm .svn's from WC, and reimport? I don't care about losing the history since
I'm only ...

At repository revision 35 :-)

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