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RE: ignored files wont let me commit

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2005-11-24 07:20:33 CET

Quoth Zouari Fourat <mailto:fourat@gmail.com>:
> i have done this :
> # svn propset "log files" logs/*
> # svn propset "cache files" cache/db/*
> And then tryed to commit some changes, it fails showing this msg :
> Transmitting file data .......svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Out of date: 'logs' in transaction 'p'

Which means that someone else has committed some changes to the logs
folder. You'll need to do an update before committing. That should be
standard practice anyway :)

> and 'svn status' will output this :
> M cache/db
> M logs
> A www/img/disable.png
> A www/img/enable.png
> M conf/tpl/lang_en.conf
> you can see the M before cache/db and logs isnt on the same
> position as others (2nd column), i dont understand the problem.

An M in the second column means that you have modified the properties
rather that the file itself. Since that's exactly what you did, there
is no problem.

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Received on Thu Nov 24 07:22:36 2005

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