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Re: WC Weirdness

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-12-18 04:56:08 CET

Jeffrey Melloy <jmelloy@visualdistortion.org> writes:

> a week or so ago, I noticed in "svn st" produced some weird output.
> S hw/digital/hw/assign-a/Behavioral Design.vhd
> S hw/digital/hw/assign-a/Structural Design.vhd
> S web/compsupp/StaffPages/shell1 copy.jpg
> S web/rookery/Headline/Picture 2
> S web/rookery/Headline/The Rookery 2
> S web/rookery/Headline/The Rookery.tiff
> S web/rookery/not my grpahis
> Now, none of these files had been updated in a while (especially the
> web stuff), and I hadn't set "svn switch" on any of them. Figuring
> I'd take care of it later, I left it alone.

The 'S' means that the entry's url isn't a proper child of its
parent's entry's url. In other words, the child url can't be created
by simply slapping the basename onto the parent's url.

Try running 'svn info' on both the parent and child, and see what urls
are recorded for them.

> Today, when I tried to do "svn st -u", it timed out connecting to my
> repository. Same if I did svn up. Same if I committed [...]

Sounds like one of the urls is unreachable. What are they?

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