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Possible to check the same file in twice?

From: Graham Leggett <minfrin_at_sharp.fm>
Date: 2005-01-31 17:39:01 CET

Hi all,

After adding a project to a new SVN repo, I have been trying to check the
project out again on a different machine into an empty directory using svn

It gets about half way through, and then bombs out like this:

A hoops/src/ISD/database/DBErrorList.C
A hoops/src/ISD/database/DBErrorList.H
A hoops/src/ISD/database/DBStream.C
svn: Failed to add file
'hoops/src/ISD/database/applicationErrorMessages.C': object of the same
name already exists

Is it possible that the file applicationErrorMessages.C was checked in
twice somehow, the second checkin trying to overwrite the first? Or is
this something else?

Anybody seen a problem like this before?


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Received on Mon Jan 31 17:40:49 2005

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