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Re: File not found: transaction 'x', path /X/Y/Z

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-05-03 16:52:54 CEST

This list is for supporting "core" svn. If you can demonstrate the
problem for us using just the win32 commandline client, we'll be happy
to help. Otherwise, I think you should forward this mail to the
tortoisesvn dev@ list.

On Sun, 2004-05-02 at 21:14, Peter Milliken wrote:
> Hi,
> Background:
> Subversion newbie. Using Tortoise SVN (installed using latest 1.0.3 .msi
> file). Windoze 2000. I have cygwin installed and am running svnserver on a
> repository on my local drive for several other engineers - we are just
> starting a prototyping effort and decided to use Subversion. This repository
> is in c:/repository and is a different repository to the one I have been
> experimenting with and am getting the following error upon.
> Problem:
> I created a repository in the root of my C drive
> (c:/TortoiseVersionControl). Then created a "project" directory using the
> recommended names i.e. trunk, branches, tags such that it looks like this:
> file:///C:/TortoiseVersionControl/swimming/trunk
> /branches
> /tags
> I then performed a checkout (from 'trunk' and into c:/tmp/swimming) and
> added some sub-directories like so (each add followed by commit):
> c:/tmp/swimming/data/meet_data
> /child_data
> I copied my source files into the root of the swimming directory, 'added'
> and then 'commited' those files without any problems.
> I then added some files at the /data level and attempted to add and commit
> one of them - I received the following error dialog (on the commit):
> Commit failed(details following):
> File not found: transaction '9', path /swimming/data/Records
> Where the file 'Records' is the file (no extension) that I am attempting to
> add and commit.
> This is not the first time this has occured, each time I have "zero'd"
> everything and started again in the hopes that it was something else I had
> done to cause the problem i.e. in previous 'experiments' I have tried
> setting up ignore rules for the contents of these sub-directories etc and
> thought I had done it badly or something.
> Any help would be appreciated :-)
> Peter
> Peter Milliken
> Software Engineer
> ResMed
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