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Re: Commit errore out-of-date

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-06-25 15:23:36 CEST

Alberto Tretti <alt@fastwebnet.it> writes:
> Here is my problem: a friend of mine updated his project, then I made
> some changes and thus committed my changes...my friend then committed
> his changes without making an update so he overwrote my changes. Now I
> re-updated my code to the previous version (the one with my changes)
> and I want to commit them again,but I get a commit error:
> F:\>svn commit Athena -m "speriamo"
> Deleting Athena\bin // this is because I want to
> delete this directory as well
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Out of date: 'src' in transaction '2t'
> Any idea? thank you and sorry for the redundant english.

I think it's clear what's going on here, but it will be easier to
explain if you post an exact transcript of your commands.

(Basically, you updated back to an old revision, and you can't commit
from there because many of the objects you're trying to commit are now
"out of date".)


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