> Given a private repository A with directories:
> and within this 'src' directory, two directories point to public
> repository B, using svn::externals (svn properties).
> trunk/src/folderB0 -> folderB0 defined in svn::externals pointing to
> some directory in repo B
> trunk/src/folderB1 -> same for folderB1, svn::externals pointing to repo B
> When some changes are made in both externals 'folderB0' and 'folderB1',
> the commit fails:
> Error: Commit failed (details follow):
> Error: Repository UUID '08e121b0-ae19-XXXX-XXXX-3be3395fd4fd' doesn't
> match expected
> Error: UUID '85ceb6c3-2a14-XXXX-XXX-d80b5b198c98'
> If, however, the commit is done on each directory individually, it works
> Can someone confirm this?
Sure, everyone can confirm this.
Think about what you're asking Subversion to do: committing changes to
two different repositories at once. That's not possible, because that
*requires* two separate commits.
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Received on 2008-10-31 18:50:59 CET