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Re: [Subclipse-users] Errors on commit

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-03-04 14:18:45 CET

> Hello, this is my first post, so if I do anything incorrectly - I am
sorry.

Welcome. This is the correct place to post problems.

> add-N C:\Documents and Settings\Bryan Maynard\workspace\daisy\CORE
> Entry already exists
> svn: 'C:\Documents and Settings\Bryan Maynard\workspace\daisy\CORE' is
already
> under version control

This first set of errors looks like it could be related to a problem that
was fixed in 0.9.108. Do you use the Synchronize view? There was a
problem where an Update from that view could update you to an old revision
which could lead to weird behavior like this.

> Item is out-of-date
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Item '/trunk/head/include' is out of date

This could be a side-effect of the same problem as above, but at least the
problem is more clear. You are committing a change to a folder, typically
a prop change. To commit a change to a folder, the folder has to be at the
HEAD revision.

Try doing Team -> Update so that your WC is correctly updated to the HEAD
revision. You might get some errors about obstructed updated. These would
be the files you tried to add that were already in the repository. If you
get that problem, move those files out of your workspace and do the update
again, then put them back as necessary.

Mark

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