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Re: user decides what to use as file-compare

From: Dan Allen <dan_at_mojavelinux.com>
Date: 2003-04-28 18:13:38 CEST

> The errors he's talking about are caused by something being committed to
> the file between his commits. The server knows that, and will not allow
> a commit without an update first.

Well let me jump from here. I mentioned to the list that somehow
the repository gets "out of sync" complaining that there is a newer
file on the server when I know for a fact there is not because not
only am I the only one committing right now (no I do not have a
post-commit hook because I am evaluating svn and I want to make sure
that it can work for us at the very primitive level first before
getting fancy). I do an svn update but it just says the repository
version number and ends, meaning there are no new updates, but when
I go to commit, it won't go. I even touch and change the file I am
committing, still no dice. The clocks are pretty much the same on
both server in client (maybe only off by a half a minute a most).
Do I think in the long run there should be a force that might break
the repository, probably not. Is it necessary while this bug
exists....it would be helpful.

Client: 0.20.1
Server: 0.20.1

Dan

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