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Re: [TSVN] Question and problem

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2005-04-25 12:22:16 CEST

Jahwa wrote:
> I try to find the solution on documents, but it can't.
> The SVN system is used by myself, no other users.
> My action is :
> 1. check out a chinese folder 'XXX' to my local
> 2. update the file in 'XXX'
> 3. check in 'XXX' ==> success

There is no 'Check In' command in TSVN or SVN.

> 4. update the file in 'XXX'
> 5. it appears 'out of date' as attached file show

That message is from a commit, not an update.

You have to tell us _exactly_ what you did, use the same names as appear
in the menus, etc. Even if we try to guess that you mean 'commit' when
you say 'update', your description still does not make sense.


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Received on Mon Apr 25 12:21:14 2005

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