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Re: Question about "commit" not committing everything

From: Lasse Vågsæther Karlsen <lasse_at_vkarlsen.no>
Date: 2007-06-11 19:20:52 CEST

On 6/11/07, Tobias Schäfer <tobiasschaefer@gmx.de> wrote:
> On Monday 11 June 2007 18:32, Lasse Vågsæther Karlsen wrote:
> > Today I upgraded to tortoisesvn 1.4.4 and started to commit a large
> > directory to a
> > local file-system-based repository.
> >
> > The directory contains just above 9000 files in total, of various sizes,
> > in total about 233mb.
> > After first checking out the empty project I created in subversion to the
> > directory, I did a commit
> > and in the dialog I asked it to select everything and typed in a comment.
> >
> > I hit OK, and ... 14 files are committed.
> I think I know what is going on here:
> You called commit on the top level directory but had not recursively added
> the files and directories as a first step. Therefore each commit adds more
> directory level.
> Solution: call "Add..." on all the folders which have not been versioned
> yet. You will then be able to commit all files at once.
> Tobias

Ok, now I tried this and what happens now is that the program adds
some of the files and then stops with the following error message:

Error File '....' has inconsistent newlines
Error Inconsistent line ending style

What is strange is if I simply retry, it will happily add the
offending file now, it's the first one in the log, and then continue
adding files until it stops again with another one.

Is there something that would make TSVN consider the file invalid in
one try and valid the next? Note that I do nothing to the files
themselves between attempts.

Lasse Vågsæther Karlsen
Received on Mon Jun 11 20:09:37 2007

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