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Out of date error

From: David Poole <dpoole_at_sitecrafting.com>
Date: 2006-09-13 00:18:27 CEST

I'm having a problem with my subversion installation. We're using ssh on
a OS X server to authenticate users, and the repositories are on the
same server. My problem is that the server isn't correctly generating
'out of date' errors. Example: user Dave and user Joe check out the
project Bus at revision 42. Dave updates and commits changes to
plan.php, so the revision is now at 43. Joe modifies a bunch of files,
including the now out of date plan.php. When he commits, he does not
update his working copy, and the repository merges all changes,
including the changes to plan.php, to revision 44. Dave's modifications
are now in repository limbo. I can get to them, and merge them back into
the working copies, but I need to have the out of date errors when
someone tries to update out of date copies.

If somebody could please help me figure out what's going on, and how to
fix the out of date (lack of) errors, I'd be very appreciative.

Cheers,

user dave

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