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Re: Subversion vs VSS

From: Patrick Burleson <pburleson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-28 03:46:46 CEST

On 4/27/05, Jeffrey Allison <jwa@fei-zyfer.com> wrote:

> Several folks have pointed this out, and it does seem to be the obvious answer. But when I try it from Tortoise I get the error, "Failed to add file <filename>: object of the same name already exists." Bottom line is that the functionality exists, I just have something set up improperly. Still feeling my way around and bumping into walls.

Could it be that it's a file that's automatically generated by a build
or something and it wasn't initially imported. But then someone on the
team accidently added it? Then those who had done a build would get
that error when they tried to do an update.

As for GUIs, TortoiseSVN is by for the best GUI I've used. It's got
everything the Command Line can do, but it's nicely integrated with

What do you think it's missing? What are you trying to do with it that
it doesn't seem to be able to do?


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