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

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-19 22:35:06 CET

whop_go@gmx.de wrote:

> 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

"incomplete" means the folder was not checked out completely (maybe not
recursively?). Subversion knows that there should be more subfolders
than there actually are, and that's why the status is "incomplete".


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