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Recovering from crashed commit?

From: Talley, Brooks <brooks_at_frnk.com>
Date: 2004-12-07 19:50:48 CET

Last night, I went to commit about 300 new files to a repository. This
morning, I discovered that the commit had failed; it was just sitting
there about 100-some-odd files into the process. These are all smallish
files (<10k), so it's not like it was still uploading.
I went ahead and killed the svn process, and did a cleanup on my working
directory. However, now I'm in a state where if I try to do a commit,
it complains about some of the added files already existing in the
repository. And if I do an update of my working copy, it complains
about some of the files that were added already existing in my working
Any ideas on how to recover from this?

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