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Re: bug? Deleting a file while another user changes it

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-11-08 15:31:24 CET

news <news@sea.gmane.org> wrote on 11/05/2005 11:03:36 PM:

> I'm using subclipse 0.9.37 with Eclipse 3.1.0 on Windows XP. Here is
> the problem:
> 1. checkout a project
> 2. act as another user, modify a file Bar.java and commit it.
> 3. delete Bar.java and synchronize, it finds a conflict which is
> 4. copy the content of Bar.java from the other user, save the file.

If you have deleted the file locally then why are you doing this step? It
seems you would want to Revert your local delete and/or just do an update.

Have you tried this in the command line to see how it handles this
situation? I think when you have a local delete and an svn up brings down
a new version you get "odd" behavior that is possibly throwing off


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