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Re: First time user

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-19 13:41:29 CET

On 11/19/05, Chak <r_chakra@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am new to Version management system, and Subversion. I checked out the
> working copy into a client PC. After editing, when committing back, it gave
> an error saying 'the path xxx not found' .
> I found that the client was not sensing the server. I re-opened the console
> with another svnserve.exe instance. Now when i committed, it went through.
> What are the chances of the commit being successful in such a scenario ?

If it says that the commit was successful and gave you a new revision
number, then it was successful. Commits are atomic, they should
either work, or not work. Your svnserve process probably failed for
some reason.

Are the changes in the repository?

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