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Re: Couldn't commit file with error....

From: kevin <kcocol_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 13:28:13 -0700 (PDT)

Exactly.... which is why I was wondering what could have happened? I
never touch the .svn folder stuff. It worked great in the AM, I went
to town, came back and continued working and them bam. My PC never
shutdown, no power outages, etc.... I am the only one working on
this file. Very weird.


On Sep 28, 2:59 pm, "Wim Coenen" <wcoe..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> 2008/9/28 kevin <kco..._at_gmail.com>:
> > Early in the morning I was working on a file and committed it in as
> > revision 18.  Later in the afternoon I began working on the file again
> > and when I attempted to commit it I noticed that the red icon noting
> > changed was gone and in fact no icon overlay was on it (from what it
> > looked like) even though when I began working on it, it had the green
> > check mark icon overlay.  When I right clicked it, my commit choice
> > was gone and I could only add it.  I added it and obviously it was at
> > revision 1.
> <snip>
> > Any ideas on why this would happen and if I fixed it properly?
> New users often find interesting ways to corrupt working copies by
> deleting, modifying or moving the .svn folder. Don't do that. It's
> hard to tell what happened in this case; I suggest you backup any
> changes you made somwhere, delete your working copy, and do a new
> checkout. Your normal workflow should not require you to touch these
> .svn folders in any way.
> HTH,
> Wim Coenen
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