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[TSVN] "out-of-date" errors

From: Lukas Smith <smith_at_backendmedia.com>
Date: 2005-04-27 22:07:45 CEST

>> I keep getting "out-of-date" errors. However I can update all
>> I want the
>> error never goes away unless I do a full checkout of the directory in
>> question and then copy the changed files over manually. Other people
>> commiting to this subversion server have not gotten such problems.

> Maybe it helps you, but I think you ran into something different.
> - What does the command line client say when TortoiseSVN complains? I
> guess the same...

I actually never messed with the command line.
I have always used TurtoiseSVN. Some other guys are also using
TurtoiseSVN at my company without problems (however they might not have
made even 5 commits yet). There is one guy who has done more commits but
he is using some Linux client.

> - Do you have the "set file dates to last commit time" option set?
> Maybe that's interfering

no .. i didnt mess with the settings at all IIRC

Lukas Smith

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