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

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 07 Oct 2009 19:09:30 +0200

On 07.10.2009 14:52, kavachai wrote:
> 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.
> I don't understand why this happens. I don't even understand if
> TortoiseSVN detected that local file differs from server one.
> Can anyone give me a tip if I'm using update functionality incorrect?

Maybe this might help:


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Received on 2009-10-07 19:09:33 CEST

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