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

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-05-04 07:24:42 CEST

Peter Milliken wrote:

>OK, Here is the transcript of my entire bash session. Note that it starts
>with the repository created and the directory structure
> /tags
> /branches
>already created (exited that bash session so the transcript of those
>commands and responses are unavailable).
>But this starts out right from the initial checkout after the import, so
>hopefully it will allow reproduction of the problem by others :-)
>In the meantime, I'll see if I can create a script that will reproduce this
>Thanks for the help,

>roebourne240#1(/c/tmp/swimming/data)$ svn propset svn:ignore *.txt
>svn: 'default_data.txt' is not under version control
Not surprising... you're trying to set svn:ignore on (almost all) your
text files, instead of on the directory. Remember that your shell
expands the "*.txt". Take a look at "svn help propset", too.

>roebourne240#1(/c/tmp/swimming)$ tar -xf data-06-Apr-2004-06-24-59.tar
>roebourne240#1(/c/tmp/swimming)$ svn status
> M .
>? data\Records
> M S data
Aargh! Did you not notice that tiny little "S" in the line above?
Obviously unpacking the tar file clobbered your .svn directory. No
wonder nothing works from here on.

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