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svn commit woes when merge created a new file

From: Richard Thombs <mono_at_stony.org>
Date: 2003-07-14 16:15:43 CEST

I'm pretty new to SubVersion, so please forgive me if this isn't the
right list to be asking on.

I'm having a problem successfully committing files that were created as
the result of an svn merge.

For example, I have a branch in which I created a new file.
I check out the main trunk, and merge the branch into it. Everything
looks fine, the new files are marked with A + on the log, and svn
status shows them as being new.

However, when I do an svn commit, I'm told that the copy failed because
the file came from a different repo. Now this is just plain not true, I
only have the one repository.

I'm running on WinXP, and all my repository URLs are of the form

Can anybody shed some light on what is happening please?

Much obliged,


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