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Out of date errors just after a revert

From: Eric S. Raymond <esr_at_snark.thyrsus.com>
Date: 2004-09-10 06:55:49 CEST

The berlios.de people fixed my stuck group-write bit, but the
repository remains in a state I can't diagnose.

I was trying to commit changes to a file called gpsprobe when things went all
pear-shaped. svn now complains the file is out of date and won't do
the commit. What puzzles me is that this behavior continues even after
I explicitly revert gpsprobe.

Isn't revert supposed to refresh the baseline copy? How can it be
out of date at that point?

(Yes, I tried doing another svnadmin recover. No bomb-out this time,
but no help either.)

		Eric S. Raymond
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