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Re: still wedging on r3033

From: Rich Drewes <drewes_at_interstice.com>
Date: 2002-09-13 08:00:24 CEST

On 13 Sep 2002 cmpilato@collab.net wrote:

> Rich Drewes <drewes@interstice.com> writes:
> > Any ideas? I'm still set up with local users on a local filesystem. Is
> > r3033 not recent enough still? It's the latest tarball but not taken from
> > the svn repository obviously.
> subversion-r3033.tar.gz is the latest tarball, but as of this writing,
> 3165 is the youngest revision of Subversion. If you want to run
> bleeding-edge subversion, use your r3033 svn binary to checkout the
> latest Subversion source code. See the INSTALL file in the top-level
> of your tarball tree for more details.

Thanks. I upgraded to Subversion r3165. When the second user tries to
commit files that another users has also committed, I get this:

[svn@cortex-0 newn47]$ svn commit
Sending Brain.cpp
subversion/libsvn_client/commit.c:660: (apr_err=160028, src_err=0)
svn: Transaction is out of date
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
subversion/libsvn_ra_local/commit_editor.c:113: (apr_err=160028,
svn: out of date: `Brain.cpp' in txn `1d'
[svn@cortex-0 newn47]$ svn update
C BuildBrain.cpp
C Brain.cpp
Updated to revision 48.

The local directory contains .mine, .47, and .48 versions of the files in
conflict. So, I think all is well . . . except that the error message on
the commit is a bit alarming and unhelpful. Is that the way it's supposed
to look? I remember older versions seemed to have more descriptive and
less alarming messages for failed commits . . .

Thanks again for your help,

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