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Check-In not responding

From: Jeff Lanzarotta <delux256-tortoisesvn_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-08-08 16:53:01 CEST


When I attempt to check in some code through TortoiseSVN, the "TortoiseSVN Commit..." screen pops up and shows me that it is sending the changed contents, but the screen never tells me the operation is finished...

If I 'verify' the repository, everything is fine and the new revision number is there. Let's say the revision number is 167. My repositories are on an openSUSE box.

I can press <cancel> on the commit window. Now when I make new modifications to the previous code, I get a conflict telling me that my code is not up to the latest revision, 167...

Any ideas?

BTW, I am using the FSFS not Berkeley DB.


Received on Wed Aug 8 16:51:07 2007

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