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svn: Working copy path 'some/file.c' does not exist in repository

From: Chan Loo Hoe <loohoe_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-03-17 13:14:44 CET


i've been using Subversion for a couple of months,
mostly checking in.
Now, I'm stuck when i tried to use Branch and Switch.

The problem now is this:
when i run "svn up", i get the this message:
 svn: Working copy path 'some/file.c' does not exist
in repository

when i run "svn list -v
"file.c" is right there in the repository. it is also
in the working copy.

i also tried "svn cleanup", but nothing happens.

Now i must admit that the wc is in a state of
uncompleted commit/switch, something. It happened a
few weeks ago, after i've created a branch and then i
was switching back and forth between the trunk and the

So it seems i can't go forward with this; i can't seem
to continue the interrupted transaction; i can't seem
to cancel that last transaction.

i've been searching for more info about this error
message, but nothing. Perhaps i've been searching the
wrong places.

i was using TortoiseSVN (1.1.0, Build 1769) all along,
when the problem happened. (i hope i'm allowed to
post the question here :-( )

Now i have switched to using svn directly.
svn, version 1.1.3 (r12730)
   compiled Jan 20 2005, 05:51:34

Copyright (C) 2000-2004 CollabNet.

i guess i could chug out the current wc, and check out
the trunk and branch again, but i just like to know
what i did wrong when using "svn switch"

Thanks in advance.


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