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Re: svn update -> skipped

From: Claudio Ochoa <claudio_at_fi.upm.es>
Date: 2005-11-04 12:20:22 CET

Nick Thompson wrote:
> On Thursday 03 November 2005 22:07, Flanakin Michael C Ctr HQ OSSG/OMR wrote:
>>When I do an svn update from the command line, I get a message that
>>says, "Skipped '.'". Does anyone know what this is about? The commands I
>>try to run are "svn update", "svn update <url>", and "svn update
>><path>". Any help is appreciated.
> You do get this message if you try to update a directory that is not a working
> copy. This one get me every time after I import a dir into svn. Importing a
> plain directory tree doesn't make it into a working copy of course :-)

Can you get this message if you are trying to update a directory which
is a working copy, but where you have read-only permissions? This was
happening to me, and I think this was the cause.

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