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What is this text status: "incomplete"? (Commit problem)

From: <whop_go_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2007-01-17 19:08:01 CET


I have a project which I have already checked-in about 40 times without a problem. Today, I did one problem-free commit. But now, when I want to commit, I suddenly have a strange problem.

Whenever I say "commit", TortoiseSVN gives me a list of modified files that includes a strange entry. It says that the folder "." (the top folder of my project) has to be committed and it's "text status" would be "incomplete". When I do this, the commit process runs without problems, but if I try to commit again, this strange entry is still there! It does not seem to modify the folder and the icon is green, still I get the message in the commit window.

What does "incomplete" mean? I could really not find a single bit with Google! Help! Does that mean, my files were not transferred completely???

My System: Windows XP Pro SP2

My folders like like this:
-- file.txt
-- subfolder/
-- -- anotherfile.txt
... (etc)

All files and folders have the green icon. When I click commit on the "main" Folder, it gives me the incomplete-message. I have added it as screenshot to this mail.

I have already done that:
- Rebooted my system
- Added a dummy file, commited, removed it again, commited
- Updated to v. (from 1.4.0)
- Executed the "Cleanup" command

Nothing helped. Can you help, please? I _think_ everything is alright with my files, but I don't like strange messages and would really not want to lose anything... :(

Thank you

Mike van Haaven

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Received on Wed Jan 17 19:13:36 2007

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