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BIG BUG: Same file being in two different location in repository, svn thinks they have same URL

From: Numa Schmeder <numa_at_euroconsumers.com>
Date: 2004-09-23 11:30:39 CEST

I have subversion 1.0.6 under macosX using fink.
I have the corresponding bug:
I have a set of text files (java properties files) in a directory,
let's say in XX/YY/ZZ/test.properties
My entire java project is commited to the repository including source
and comiled files (it's a web application)
When compiling my source files are compiled, and the result is moved to
a directory. The same aplies to the text files (but they are not
compiled just moved), let's say in
The problem is the following when i try to do a commit i have the
following error:
the file XX/YY/ZZ/test.properties and the file XX/AA/BB/test.properties
references the same URL.
Subversion those two files are the same and doesn't allow me to commit,
actually the files are the same they are just in 2 different location.

I have made some tests:
I went to the directory XX/YY/ZZ/ and made a svn commit that happen to
have no problem.
Then i went to the directory XX/AA/BB and also made a commit, but this
didn't work and give me the following error:

NumX:/Volumes/Mac OS Data/Developpement/Java/workspace/console
nschmede$ svn commit -m "updated"
Sending console/context/WEB-INF/console.application
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Your file or directory 'src/com/ec/db/hibernate/Amenity.hbm.xml'
is probably out-of-date
The version resource does not correspond to the resource within the
transaction. Either the requested version resource is out of date
(needs to be updated), or the requested version resource is newer than
the transaction root (restart the commit).

As you can see, svn is mistaking the two files.

I would appreciate a recommendation

Thanks for your great work!!

Kind Regards


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Received on Thu Sep 23 17:32:59 2004

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