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Re: checkin fails on a moved directory

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-08-20 19:54:48 CEST

Keith Richling wrote:
> When I try to checkin a moved directory I get an error stating that I am
> out of date. If I perform an updated then checkin, the checkin
> succeeds. I am the only person using the repository, so why am I out of
> date?
> Here are the commands to run to reproduce the error.
> mkdir /tmp/svn
> cd /tmp/svn
> svnadmin create add_test_repo
> svn co file:///tmp/svn/add_test_repo add_test
> cd add_test
> mkdir -p test/exec/dir
> svn add test
> svn ci -m "Added a test."
> svn rm test/exec/dir
> svn ci -m "Removed dir."
> svn mv test/exec test/act
> svn ci -m "Renamed exec to act."
> Here is the error message.
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Out of date: '/test/exec' in transaction '3'

Please, don't crosspost usage questions to dev@ - that's what users@ is for.

The above behaviour is quite normal and expected, and is explained in the
Subversion book, www.svnbook.org, chapter 2 "Basic Concepts", section 3
"Subversion in Action".


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