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RE: File contents in repository do not match contents in working directory

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-09-17 08:32:45 CEST

Hi Flomo Togba Kwele,

You wrote:

> directory. When I look at the log in the repository for the
> file, it shows revision 14. Since I am
> using the $Revision$ keywords, I see that the version in the working
> directory is 33!

Is the revision of the FILE = 33 or the revision of the working directory = 33?

The $revision$ in the file displays the revision when the file was last modified/checked in. This is not necessarily the HEAD revision of the repository.
 
> How could this happen? How can I correct it?

See [1] below.

> "Check for
> modifications" shows no difference.

Check for modifications shows no difference, because the file in your second working copy and in the repository are identical. Probably the file has not been checked in from your first working copy.

[1] If you haven't accidentally damaged your second working copy while "cleaning up" manually, an update should fix it after you have committed the changes from your first WC.

Cheers
- Lübbe

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