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Re: "svn move" broken?

From: Michael Schmitt <schmitt_at_TI.Uni-Trier.DE>
Date: 2003-06-06 14:11:03 CEST

Michael Wood wrote:

>>Yes, definitely. You could even be more explicit:
>> "Someone else has updated this file. Please run 'svn update'" (or
>>something similar)
>But in this case this error does NOT mean that someone else updated
>anything. It was about a directory, not a file. The directory was not
>up to date because some stuff had been committed inside of it (instead
>of the directory being committed). The files in the directory that were
>committed, were therefore at revision X+n, but the directory was still
>at revision X.
That means svn should give different messages for files and directories.
I think, this shouldn't be too difficult to implement. BTW: Your
explanation above would be a good starting point for an improved svn
error reporting.


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