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Re: "Remains in conflict" when committing

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2009 08:57:34 +0100

2009/9/13 Sarelj <ssmitj_at_hotmail.com>:
> Please help.. Every so often when I try and submit work that I have done to
> my Springloops server I get the error message: "Aborting
> commit:'C:\svnRoot\error' remains in conflict".
> I have tortoisesvn running on my local machine and all I did was I tried to
> remove the /error  directory from svn source control. I right-clicked on it
> and said:Delete and add to ignore list. This was just where my local error
> log were dumped and there is no reason to replicate that. Now if I try to
> commit I get the error message.
> Please help,this is driving me up the wall!!

It sounds as if that folder was added to version control by mistake.
You cannot commit a file/folder while it is in the conflicted state,
so if you just want to get rid of it you need to:

TSVN->Revert that folder to bring it back to a normal state.
TSVN->Delete and add to ignore list.


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