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Re: incomplete update - what did i just do?

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 07:02:37 +0100


Op 16 feb. 2012 06:23 schreef "R Seeker" <radianceseeker_at_gmail.com> het
> Hi, noob SVN user here. I was mousing fast and hit 'SVN Update' when I
meant 'SVN Commit'. I cancelled it almost (but not quite) immediately, and
now when I try to commit the window has two directories showing Text Status
> What did I do, and how do I get to a good state?

The update is no problem, you should finish it. In fact, without it the
working copy could be 'out of date' and a commit would fail.

The usual workflow for svn is:
Create a working copy
Make local changes
Update working copy (bring in committed changes from others)
Resolve conflicts & verify that local changes play nice with the other
Commit the local changes
Make local changes



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