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Re: Commit failing on nightly build

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 18:22:50 +0100

Robert Dailey wrote:
> I used to do that, until I found out that they do not show up in the
> commit dialog (only in the modificiations dialog). Now I do this:
> engine http://blah.foo.com/svn/engine/trunk
> So in my working copy, I have a folder structure like this:
> C:\code\my_project\code\engine
> The 'engine' folder above is the one auto-generated by SVN due to the
> external link. The 'code' folder (parent to 'engine') is actually an
> empty folder checked into my working copy and is not an external link.

But that empty folder is versioned? If it's not, then the commit won't
work. And you'd have to tell me how you've set up your working copy
exactly, including where you've set the externals property.

If it is versioned, then the commit should succeed. Unless of course the
'engine' points to a different repository than your working copy is on.


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