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Re: dir is already under version control?

From: Bjørn T Johansen <btj_at_havleik.no>
Date: 2005-12-15 22:46:57 CET

Nope, nothing worked... So I guess I will create a new svn repository and import my files once again...
(no big deals, since I don't need to keep my old versions at the moment...)

But why does this happen? And why is there no solution to this?

BTJ

Mathias Weinert wrote:
> "Matthew Janulewicz" <Matthew.Janulewicz@nextestate.com> wrote:
>
>> I might be an idiot, and I've been off the Subversion tip for a few months, but I think Subversion is getting confused because that directory *does* exist in the (history of) the repo, so you can't add it again. If you go back to the revision of the repo prior to the delete, there it is. I think this is (at least in a philosophical, on paper way) creating the conflict.
>>
>
> I don't think that Subversion will refuse to add a directory
> with the name of a formerly deleted one - and I don't dare
> to say anything about your first point ;-).
>
> As Kjell said, normally it should be enough to update
> the working copy (invoke the update command from the parent
> directory of the one in which you deleted the 'repository'
> directory - if possible). If this doesn't help you could
> try the following:
> - run 'svn update -r rev' where rev is the revision before
> you deleted the directory 'repository'
> - run 'svn update'
>
> If this also doesn't help, I suggest
> to do a new checkout of the working copy.
>
> In detail:
> - If you have any local changes, backup them
> (or back them up - whatever you like ;-) )
> - If the parent directory of the deleted one is not the root
> directory of your working copy delete it and do an 'svn update'
> from the next higher parent directory
> If the problem occured in the root directory of the working
> copy completely remove it and do a fresh checkout with
> 'svn checkout'
> - Apply your previously backuped local changes
>
> Hope any of my hints will help you
>
> Mathias
>
> remove this part of the working copy
>
> [...]
>> Yes, I tried that... But I still get the same warning...
>>
>> BTJ
>>
>> Kjell H Andersen wrote:
>>> did you try to run "svn update" after you commit?
>>> It usually helps when I get that kind of problems
>>>
>>> K
>>>
>>> Bjørn T Johansen wrote:
>>>> I have just ran "svn del repository" and "svn commit" for a directory
>>>> and everything worked fine...
>>>> But when I try to create a directory with the same name an put it
>>>> under svn control, I just get
>>>>
>>>> svn: warning: 'repository' is already under version control
>>>>
>>>> and if I run svn status, I get..:
>>>>
>>>> ? repository
>>>>
>>>> as expected...
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> How can I add my directory??
>>>>

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