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Re: TortoiseSVN falls out of step with repository

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 18:57:11 +0200

On 19.08.2009 07:44, Petr Fejfar wrote:

> If path were changed (and probably were because of few revisions AFTER
> Tortoise client fallen out of step have been commited two levels up
> from different machines) , IMHO it could happened only internally,
> because nobody of us has changed path manually and all consecutive
> commitments after resynchronizing WC with repository continue working
> with CORRECT path without changing URL.
> It seems there is a problem if folder does not exists in the
> repository (no mattter how it happened) and client still has this
> folder in the cache?
> Perhaps an URL of file being commited is incorrectly built if this
> happens or is incorrectly interpreted on server side?

Did you maybe move versioned folders around in explorer without using
the 'rename' command from the TSVN submenu and/or the right-drag
feature? In that case, the folder structure you have on your hd doesn't
correspond anymore to the one in the repository.
Remember: each versioned folder is independent and can point to any url
in the repository. If you then do a commit, the commit goes to the url
the folder is attached to, not necessarily to what you think it should
(in case you moved the folder).


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