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Re: [Subclipse-users] properties and dir_conflicts

From: giovanni pagliarulo <giopaia_at_yahoo.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2008 17:13:33 +0000 (GMT)

From what I understand every time I create
a new tag or branch the string reporting the revision
and related tag/branch is appended to the subclipse:tags property...
initially I thought that all the files for a specific tag/branch
received a subclipse:tags or subclipse:branch property carrying
the revision, path, description for that specific tag/branch...
but apparently it's not like that and I hadn't really looked at the properties stuff yet until this dir_conflict thing.

By the way...
I have manually checked the properties and the value
the subclipse_tags property was modified to
was fine
so I did Team > Mark resolved

but now:

resolved C:/Projects/mcore
    Resolved conflicted state of C:/Projects/mcore
commit -m "" -N C:/Projects/mcore
    Sending Projects/mcore
Transaction is out of date
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Out of date: '/trunk' in transaction '127-1'

sorry again, this question probably seems worst than the previous one
but isn't the resolved operation done on the working copy?
"svn resolved —
Remove «conflicted» state on working copy files or directories.

Working copy

Accesses Repository

so after removed the conflicted state
shouldn't I be allowed directly to issue a commit?

why is it now 'Out of date'?
From what I can think it is surely newer!

I've read a message telling
to do an 'update' then 'commit' again...
and this actually worked

but I feel kind of dumb because I don't get the reasons behind this...

thanks again

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