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Re: Unversioned files in working copies

From: Markus Wolff <wolff_at_21st.de>
Date: 2004-04-11 14:04:56 CEST

Jonathan Abbey wrote:
> | Another possibility is that somehow the directory is missing in the
> | repository, but somehow your working copy of the parent directory still
> | has "schnelleintrag" listed in its .svn/entries file. So 'svn up' is
> | trying to traverse into the child to send a "report" to the server. But
> | the child isn't under version control anymore.
> I bet that's precisely what's going on. He used RapidSVN to remove
> the schnelleintrag directory, as he said, but since he didn't do the
> removal in the context of his working directory, it would make sense
> that his entries file has a lingering reference to schnelleintrag.

Hey guys,

I just wanted to let you know that your assumptions were correct -
there must have been something broken in my working copy.
Once I got rid of that copy, made a new fresh checkout of the whole
repository and put the unversioned file back in the directory tree,
everything worked like a charm - I guess this is what I should have
tried in the first place, would have saved a lot of time.

Anyway, thanks guys - at least now I know that even the support on
this list is really good, so I'm even more convinced now than I was
before that switching from CVS to SVN was a Good Thing (tm) ;-)


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