I know that this isn't enough information for this problem.
This happened sometimes (I think related to connection stability). I was
trying to know if it's related to some known issue. I'll try to get more
On 7/31/06, Garrett Rooney <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 7/27/06, Eric Lemes <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hello there,
> > I'm working out of the office and I'm having some "path not found"
> > errors ... I noticed that the commit happens in the server (even the
> > post-commit hook is triggered), but my WC isn't updated. Then I have to
> > revert/delete my added files and then update again.
> > My environment is: SVN 1.3.2, Apache 2.0.58, Windows 2003 (server),
> > XP + TortoiseSVN (client), SVN::Notify post-commit hook (e-mail
> > notification).
> You have not provided anywhere near enough information to debug this
> We need to see exact commands and their exact output. Preferably from
> the command line client, as that's far easier to debug. If your
> problem is visible with tortoisesvn then you should probably take the
> discussion of it to a tortoisesvn mailing list, so its developers can
> look at the problem. If it is in fact a problem with svn itself they
> should be able to figure that out and send you back to the svn
> developers with a test case or something.
Received on Mon Jul 31 17:30:33 2006
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