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unable to bump revision

From: Clint Chapman <clint_at_luminosindustries.com>
Date: 2005-06-30 15:43:57 CEST

I'm having some problems trying to rename a directory.

Initially I was having a problem with it saying access was denied to the
db/write-lock file. I deleted the write-lock file and renamed through
TortoiseSVN and that seemed to work fine. I also changed some files in
the newly created directory before I committed the rename itself (not a
good idea but it should work none-the-less right?).

Then when I tried to commit the new directory, it said the commit
succeeded but it was unable to bump the revision. Unfortunately, I
don't have the complete error message (is there a log somewhere?). Now
when I try to commit the changes inside the newly renamed directory, I
get errors that say "'new directory/directory' does not exist in the
repository". However, when I browse the repository with TortoiseSVN,
the directory is there - I can even check it out fine.

I tried checking out the directory and copying the changes over from my
old working copy to the new but I still get the same error when I try to
commit.

I'm using svn 1.2.0. Any ideas? Where do I start?

Thanks in advance,
Clint

-- 
Clint Chapman
Luminos Industries Ltd.
Phone: 613-225-7661
www.luminosindustries.com


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