Thanks for that.
I solved the problem by removing the file from the tag and retrying my copy. It worked.
I normally create a tag before any release and use a script to rollout named tags to staging and live. In this particular case, the change was so minuscule that would not be worth to create a new tag.
> On 8 March 2010 12:21, Mo Braga <Mo.Braga_at_lbi.com> wrote:
> > I am using TortoiseSVN 1.6.7, Build 18415.
> > I tagged a version of my files (tags/0064) and now I needed to edit the
> > working copy of one of the files and copy it to that tag. I opened
> > repo-browser, right-clicked on the file in trunk, selected “Copy to...” and
> > edited the path that comes up by default, changing “.../trunk/...” to
> > “.../tags/0064/...”. When I hit OK, enter the log message and then hit OK
> > again, I get the error message:
> > TortoiseSVN
> > Path ‘tags/0064/.../[myfilename]’ already exists.
> > [OK]
> > Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong?
> You say you are editing the file in your working copy, so it sounds
> like the file is already versioned. You cannot copy a versioned file
> over the top of an existing versioned file in ther repository, hence
> your error.
> You need to check out a working copy of your tag (or simply switch
> your trunk working copy), edit the file and commit.
> I won't ask why you are making changes to a tag. That is a somewhat
> unconventional use of tags, which are normally used to record a
> snapshot, but you are free to use them any way which suits you.
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Received on 2010-03-08 14:40:12 CET