2009/5/1 TF <timfong888_at_gmail.com>:
> I cannot find a way to fix this. all I know is that my base seems to
> work and I just want to start uploading to SVN. It's pretty messed up
> -- it keeps telling me:
> Error: Entry for
> Error: 'C:\MainFiles\domain\domain\app\controllers
> Error: is marked as 'copied' but is not itself scheduled
> Error: for addition. Perhaps you're committing a target that is
> Error: inside an unversioned (or not-yet-versioned) directory?
> And other things. I would really like to just get this fixed and
> upload ideally into the current SVN that I have been using all this
> How can I change something that is marekd as "copied" or version the
> existing directory?
> SVN Copy Version items here -is what I did, then went back and used
> SVN delete to delete the old versions.....
What are you trying to accomplish? Please try to explain it in
Subversion terms, because the way you describe it seems to indicate
you are not all that familiar with SVN. The usual workflow for SVN is:
0. You read the TSVN manual and the SVN book (svnbook.red-bean.com)
1. You create a repository on a server somewhere
2. You import an existing codebase into it (or start from scratch)
3. You check out a working copy on your local computer
4. You start modifying the files in your working copy
5. Prior to committing your changes you update your working copy
6. You resolve any reported conflicts and retest your code after the update
7. You commit your changes to the repository
8. Repeat from step 4 until you are done
All actions mentioned in these steps are available as TSVN commands in
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Received on 2009-05-01 07:33:43 CEST