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From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 04 Jan 2010 20:06:09 +0100

On 04.01.2010 16:47, jjj wrote:
> Yes I had already tried to revert; that did not work. I am in a
> different state now after a series of copy (using TortoiseSVN), paste,
> edit. Sorry, I cannot reproduce exactly what I did, but at one point
> I had all icons showing up-to-date, I made changes to a file, the
> icons changed as expected, but when I try to commit TortoiseSVN tells
> me there are no changes and no new files. Also, if I check for
> diferences with previous version it shows the changes. So, how do I
> commit or make this file become properly versioned?

explains how Subversion determines whether a file is modified or not.


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