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Re: Strange Error During Commit

From: Darren Hale <darren_at_clearent.com>
Date: 2007-01-09 16:22:45 CET

Stefan K√ľng <tortoisesvn@...> writes:

>
> Darren Hale wrote:
> > A colleague of mine received a very strange error the other day while
> > trying to commit a large number of files to an SVN repository through
> > TortoiseSVN.\
> >
> > This person had copied one folder in our source tree into another folder
> > within the tree using the copy menu item from the TortoiseSVN menu. He
> > then proceeded to make a number of changes to the tree. When he was
> > done, he attempted a commit using TortoiseSVN. Part-way through the
> > operation, he received the error message "Commit failed: no repository
> > in XXXX", where XXXX is the location of our repository. We are using
> > TortoiseSVN 1.3.5 with Subversion 1.3.2 on Windows XP workstations.
>
> Find out for which file/folder that error message happens (the one shown
> directly above the error message). I guess your colleague messed around
> too much and maybe did some moving/copying without the proper TSVN command.
>
> Stefan
>

This was my speculation too. My thoughts were:
1. Create the copy
2. Commit the copy
3. Make local changes
4. Commit local changes

In his defense, this sequence of steps would have broken our build. What is the
proper sequence of events to make this work properly?

Thanks,

Darren

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