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Re: 1.9 commit fails, file out of date

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 20:20:15 +0200

On 13.08.2015 20:16, John Huebner wrote:
> Positive. I'm using this with GitHub. I have tried it numerous times.
> I've gone as far as
> * Create a new folder
> * Check out the repo
> * Add a file
> * Try to check in the files
> * It says "Adding FILENAME"
> * Then when it tries to upload the file it fails and tells me it's out
> of date.
> * I look in the repo on github through the web interface and the file
> is still not there
> * If I look at the file list again the it tells me the file is missing
> Like I said, tried it many times with several projects. 1.8 is working fine

GitHub does not have a fully compliant implementation of svn, so maybe
that's why its failing?
Try the svn command line client:
svn ci path/to/wc -m "commit message"
and see if that fails too?

If it fails with the svn command line client too, then the problem is in
the svn library or better yet with the GitHub implementation. In that
case you should report it first to GitHub: if they can't fix this then
they will contact the svn developers themselves...


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