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is an excellent analog guy and he'll be a great help when we are designing our own camera. svn update: object of the same name already exists

From: Clem Taylor <clem.taylor_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-03-29 19:25:53 CEST

Last night I rsynced a bunch of code I was working on to my home
machine. At home, I finished up the changes I was working on and
checked them in. I added a bunch new files, changed several and
deleted a number of files. This morning, back in the office, I wanted
to 'svn update' the changes I checked in last night (in the same view
as I rsynced last night). The update resulted in a series of 'object
of the same name already exists' and 'object of the same name is
already scheduled for addition' errors. Each time I would fix one
error by deleting a file or doing an 'svn delete', the next call to
svn update would show a new error. After several minutes of this I
gave up and just deleted the directory with most of the changes. I
used to do this with CVS all the time and I never remember having any
problems like this. Is there a proper svn way of doing an update like


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