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

From: Steve Mandl <sjm34_at_cornell.edu>
Date: 2007-08-03 00:21:19 CEST

  OK, we are getting the same problem. We have a repository recursively
checked out, but occasionally someone gets this message. If I try to
commit, I see an 'incomplete' folder. If I try to update the parent
folder, it fails trying to create a subfolder that already exists.
This subfolder already exists, but it is checked out. Why is it trying
to re-create the folder? The only way I can fix it is to rename the
subfolder, do an update (which re-creates the subfolder and its contents),
then copy any changes I made from my renamed copy. Then I can commit the
changes.
  One change that happened since I last updated, is someone else
created a sub-subfolder and added it to the repository. But I should
be able to do an update, and this sub-subfolder should just be created,
no? I'm wondering if we are doing something wrong, how we can fix the
problem, and if there is maybe a bug that we discovered.
-Steve Mandl

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".

Stefan

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