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

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-09-23 18:31:58 CEST

Numa Schmeder wrote:

> Hello,
> 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
> XX/AA/BB/test.properties
> 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.

It would appear that something in your build process is messing with the
.svn directories. Don't do that.

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Received on Thu Sep 23 18:32:25 2004

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