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RE: Renaming a Directory

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2006-07-21 05:01:10 CEST

Quoth Bala Paranj <mailto:bparanj@yahoo.com>:
> When I rename a directory and commit, I get the error message "Out of
> Date" error message.
> 21:43:39:~/work/sesame > svn move timelib util
> A util
> D timelib/Clock.java
> D timelib
> 21:43:47:~/work/sesame > svn commit -m "Renamed timelib to util"
> Deleting timelib svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Out of date: '/sesame/trunk/timelib' in transaction '10-1'

It means that someone else has probably fiddled with the directory since
your last update. You should probably revert the move (which involves
separately reverting the add and the delete it's composed of, and
possibly also manually moving files around if you have other uncommitted
changes), do an update of the entire parent directory (at least), and
then try again.

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