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Re: Interrupted Commit issues

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 31 May 2008 18:21:28 +0200

Jeff wrote:
> I've got the SVN running on a server on a private network. I committed
> (with TSVN) from my computer not on that private network, but
> connected through VPN. Hence the problem that when my VPN dies, my
> commit is interrupted. Now for whatever reason (I'm guessing since the
> records were added even though the content wasn't finished) my local
> copy says it's up to date, and when I try to commit it says there's
> nothing to send. If I try to update it says there's nothing to
> update...
>
> How can I fix this?

I have a hard time believing that this is all you did. Subversion was
*designed* to handle network interruptions (because that's one of the
things that were very bad in CVS). There must be something else you did.
Subversion would never mark working copy modifications committed if the
client does not receive the final ok from the repository. The same for
the repository: it won't include/add/do-whatever-you-ask if it does not
get the last 'now-i'm-finished' from the client.

Maybe you should ask on the Subversion mailing list for help.

Stefan

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Received on 2008-05-31 18:21:47 CEST

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