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Re: How to recommit everything again

From: Lorenz <lorenznl_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 03 Nov 2010 06:56:32 +0000

Roy Budiantara wrote:
>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.

it considers it unchanged in regard to the version of the file you
checked out.

>But apparently my local version of the file is not in the Repository.

not quit sure what you mean.

are you sure you have the most recent version of the file in your
working copy?
You can check with the 'check for modifications' dialog using the
'check repository' button.

> 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

what would happen in that scenario is that someone else commits to the
repository and you local copy of the file is no longer recent. In that
case you need to update your working copy.

> 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.

it diffs it against the revision previous to the one you checked out,
not to HEAD-1

> When I just do a Diff (with the local repository) it's just showing that extra character difference.

local diff shows the changes to the checked-out version


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