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Re: Commit always responds with "No files were changed or added..."

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2009 10:00:30 +0000

2009/1/20 Justin <jgspratt_at_gmail.com>:
> Hello,
> Recently SVN has begun reporting that:
> "No files were changed or added since
> the last commit. There's nothing
> for TortoiseSVN to do here..."
> This seems natural when no updates were made, however, I have made
> significant updates to certain files, deleted others and created still
> others, yet SVN returns the same report. I am using our head revision
> (currently 31).

You seem to be using the word 'update' to mean several things, none of
which is the same as the Subversion update. Please try to be clear in
your explanation.

> There also seems to be something strange with the logs. There is a
> total of three commits shown in the statistics, however we are at
> revision 31. My buddy has one commit to his name, and I have two, yet
> we have certainly made many more than that.

Use the repo browser and show log for the repository root. Remember
that repo revisions are global, so changes to anything in the
repository will increment the revision number. If your project is just
a small part of the repository, commits to other projects will
increment the revision, but not show up in your project.

> I have tried uninstalling/reinstalling SVN. No luck. I also opened
> 3980 on TCP and 3690 on UDP in the ISA server. No luck there. I
> tried making a new folder, pulling everything down, then adding my new
> files and committing, but I still get the same message.
> The funny thing is, in my ISA logs, when I look at my logs while
> committing nothing appears to connect to the server IP address. In
> fact, the only IPs I can see are http and https for Google.
> I seem to be able to pull files down (and see "revision 31"), but
> every time I commit I keep getting that same message.

Use Check for Modifications to look at the working copy you are trying
to commit. Maybe you have nested working copies?


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