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Re: Why "SVN Update" doesn't update local copy with the one from repository

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2009 15:10:21 +0200


2009/10/7 kavachai <akhimenko_at_gmail.com>:
> I'm a newbie in SVN. We just moved to it couple of days ago.


> And I have a problem with updating sources from server.
> When I'm trying to update local files either using "SVN Update" or
> "Update to revision" from context menu TortoiseSVN opens update form,
> does something and says (90909 is just a sample here):
> Command   Update
> Completed  At revision: 90909
> Then I click OK button to close this form and when I check file I
> wanted to update it stays the same. Updates from server didn't replace
> my local file.

If you do a 'Show Log' on the file, what does the output tell you?

If your local file has modifications that were not yet committed, then
these are preserved during an Update.

If you want to remove the local modifications and revert to the
version as currently available in the repository, use 'Revert' on the
file and then 'Update'.

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