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RE: trying to add/commit to repository...

From: Peter N. Lundblad <peter_at_famlundblad.se>
Date: 2005-05-01 22:55:39 CEST

On Sun, 1 May 2005, bruce wrote:

> i do a 'svn add *' still doens't make any diff... i can do a 'svn add foo1'
> and i still don't get any action regarding the files.. and the svn commit
> still doesn't work..
>
I can get this behaviour if I copy another WC into my WC. This means that
the top-level directory has no entry for the new directory, but the new
directory has an .svn directory. Does the dires you're trying to add
contain .svn dirs? This confuses Subversion. IN that case, just remove the
.svn directories.

I'm wondering if you copied the new director from another WC corresponding
to the same repository. IN that case, you should use svn cp instead.

HOpe this helps,
//Peter

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