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Re: Cannot commit files that I've renamed.

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2006-03-22 22:48:12 CET

Alf Lacis wrote:

>I used Tortoise SVN to 'Tortoise Rename':
> move_long.c to srt_state_m.c, and
> move_long.h to srt_state_m.h
>I then used Subversion from a cygwin|bash command line to check in my
>eight subproject repository changes. Some output, snipped to show
>highlights, is shown below.
>I could only fix this by 'Tortoise Revert' on these two files, then
>'Tortoise Deleting' them, and 'Tortoise Add'ing them.
>Then doing a Subversion commit worked OK.
>Should the original 'Tortoise Rename' have worked?
>What should I do in the future?

It may seem like an obvious answer, but I would use TortoiseSVN to
commit. You've done everything else in TortoiseSVN except commit.

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