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Re: Possible bug while committing an added file

From: Stieger Ingmar <Ingmar.Stieger_at_singhammer.com>
Date: 2006-06-27 12:46:41 CEST

> >
> > Error: Copyfrom-url 'svn://server/test/Table%20353.txt' has
> different
> > repository root than 'svn://server/SITE'
> 'Copyfrom-url' means you copied the file with the Subversion
> command, you didn't just 'clean copy' those files over.

Yes and no... TSVN was trying to add the file to the repository
during the merge command (when the error occured). It was not
copied manually. Or do you mean the source repository ? The files
there where copied with Windows Explorer, but the source files
were not under version control.

> I doubt that's a problem with TSVN. My guess is that's a
> problem with the Subversion library.
> * What's so special about that file?

Nothing. The problem occured with every file, even with
files that were manually created with notepad.

> * Can you reprocude this with a clean, empty repository and
> repeating the steps you did before?

Yes. The "test" in my first report was a new repository
which I used to reproduce the problem.

As you know, the problem went away with the older TSVN
version and we continued our work (merging and everything
went fine). Now, as we try to commit the changes, we get
the following message even with the older version:

Error: Source url 'svn://sitsite/W1/Forms/Form 5649.txt'
is from different repository

The properties of that file say:
url = svn://sitsite/SITE/Forms/Form 5649.txt

The file is a new file, which was added to the repository
during a merge operation, and then manually added
(now showing the blue plus sign).

This is very strange indeed, especially as I worked
through the whole process a couple of months ago (with a
slightly different codebase) and had no problems at all.

I might be able to setup a small conference session in
order to show you the problem with a remote desktop
session, if that would help.

Thanks for your hard work on TSVN!


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