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Can't commit external subprojects to same repository in one go

From: Scott Barnes <sbarnes_tsvn_at_atomsmith.net>
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2008 22:37:00 -0500


I am having problems committing changes to an svn:external subproject
using TortoiseSVN v1.4.6. When I commit from the top level of the
working copy, I can see modifications in the subproject. However,
even though the subproject files are in the same repository, the
subproject changes are not actually committed to the server.

According to section B.6.1 in the help file, I should be able to
commit all my main project and subproject changes in a single
operation. Indeed, the commit dialog shows every indication that the
commit should work. The commit results window does not show any
errors; the subproject(s) just get skipped over.

Here are some details about my directory structure:

--- app
--- common
     ---- component

"toplevel" is a checkout from http://svn.server:8080/repos1/project/trunk
"common/component" is an svn:external to

When checking for modifications at the top level, "common/component"
shows up as Nested. The nested indication seems misleading, since the
working copy was created with a single checkout, not nested checkouts.


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Received on 2008-01-05 04:59:25 CET

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