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[Subclipse-users] svn:ignore merge conflict

From: <petra.gratzer_at_ubs.com>
Date: 2006-09-27 17:03:36 CEST

I have created a completely new empty Java project. Afterwards i shared
the project with subversion. At the first commit window i only include
the src Folder to be commitet.
Now the problem starts. I excluded one file from version control by
using the svn:ignore property. Now i called commit and get an error,
that a file is maybe out-of date.
When i call update i get the message, that i'm already at the current
revision. If i call commit again, then it works.
When i add a second file to svn:ignore this "out-of-date" message does
not appear again.

Does someone have any idea why this happens the first time i add a new
Java project into an subversion repository?
Received on Wed Sep 27 17:06:05 2006

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