On 19.12.2011 17:57, mwpowellnm wrote:
> I have stumbled upon an old friend with a new frustration (misspelling
> Error: Commit failed (details follow):
> Error: Directory 'C:\Source\Suchandsuch\Mysource\Myproject' is out of date
> Error: File not found: transaction '64-24', path
> Error: You have to update your working copy first.
> We are versioning through the file system, our Subversion links are to:
> "file://servername/Svn/Repository/Myproject/trunk" and so on.
> I have troubleshot the issue and have checked out a fresh copy from the
> trunk no problem. Then I attempt to branch/tag and I get this error.
> Things I might like to check:
> * I am running the latest TortoiseSVN 64-bit software through Windows 7, for
> what it's worth.
> * File permissions; this is running through a file system and not through a
> proper Subversion server.
> * The other thing I'd like to pursue is to import the projects from the file
> system to a proper Subversion server.
> With the security that is running here, it seems to me this is a permissions
> issue, but I could be wrong.
> Suggestions? Recommendations?
Does an update not help?
And another thing: accessing a repository via file:/// on network share
does not work. It might seem to work at first, but you will get into
trouble sooner or later.
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Received on 2011-12-19 20:32:53 CET