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How to recommit everything again

From: Roy Budiantara <rxbudian_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 15:37:10 -0700 (PDT)

I am having this problem where some of my files are marked as normal (with green checkmarks), which, I am assuming, means that TortoiseSVN consider it current.

But apparently my local version of the file is not in the Repository. Now I would understand that if there are multiple users working on the repository, this would probably happen often, but I am the only one working with it and when I tried to Diff With Previous Version (by adding a character on my working copy) it's comparing it with 10 revisions back. When I just do a Diff (with the local repository) it's just showing that extra character difference.

Since I'm already in too deep and I'm the only one who is working with the repository, I want to just recommit everything up to my repository. The problem is that TortoiseSVN is just doing a differential commit on things that it marked as changed.

Can anyone tell me how to recommit everything into the repository using TortoiseSVN?


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