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Re: avoid overwriting new files in the Repository during commit

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-12-08 07:48:04 CET

Clemens Schwaighofer <cs@tequila.co.jp> writes:
> I have just a small question.
> I have User A who works on file.pl and User B who does the same. User A
> changes something and commits, User B does the same right afterwards,
> without updateing his local copy.
> Subversion says nothing and just overwrites the file on the server. Is
> there no way to at least spit out a warning, that you are about to
> overwrite a new file on the server? Or is this impossible because my
> local copy doesn't know that, because I have not updated it ?

If Subversion is really doing tihs, it's a bug, because it should not
allow B to commit from an out-of-date file. Subversion has enforced
the up-to-date requirement since Day One, though, and I highly doubt
such a major bug is present.

Can you show us a transcript of what you do?

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Received on Wed Dec 8 07:55:45 2004

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