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Re: Can't commit both x and y, as they both refer to the same URL

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2008 08:16:16 -0400

On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 06:12, Kurt Pruenner <leak_at_gmx.at> wrote:
> Tom Blough wrote:
>>> From: derefed [mailto:spam_at_ultimatejourney.net]
>> <snip>
>>> Looks like you were right. Though the build was done prior to
>>> the commit, Eclipse was still open while the project files
>>> open, which I guess was enough to make it do weird stuff to
>>> the directories/files.
>>
>> Since the all the /bin files are generated, why version them in the first
>> place? Just add /bin to your ignore list.
>
> That doesn't work (or help) if Eclipse insists on copying the hidden
> .svn folders from the src tree to the bin directory, as the SVN
> libraries will then think the corresponding directory in src was checked
> out into the bin tree (with files missing or having been changed), so an
> ignore won't even be considered...
>
> The solution is to either define a rule in Eclipse to just leave the
> .svn directories alone (and especially not copy them to the bin folder)
> or to install Subclipse which will do that automatically.

If you're using Subversion and Eclipse, installing Subclipse is far
and away the best option. Yes, you can use TSVN outside Eclipse for
handling the Subversion stuff, but why do that when you can do it all
within your IDE?

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