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Re: [TSVN] Adding a file to ignore list

From: Stefan Küng <stefan.kueng_at_wagner-group.ch>
Date: 2004-09-09 14:12:43 CEST

JS.staff wrote:

> If I add a new file to a version-controlled folder (just copy it in
> using windows, not using svn routines), then add it to ignore list (so
> altering a property on the folder itself), why does my 'commit' fail??
>
> I have to do an 'update', and then I can commit. No concurrent changes
> have taken place.

If you set the svn:ignore property on the parent folder, then that
folder is "modified". On the next commit, Subversion compares the last
committed revision of that folder with the HEAD revision in the
repository, and they don't match anymore. Then you have to update your
working copy so that the folders will get the HEAD revision too.
As soon as both repository and modified folders have the same revision,
you can commit.

Stefan

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