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Re: got my repository into a weird state

From: Andreas Schweigstill <andreas_at_schweigstill.de>
Date: 2006-10-05 15:38:14 CEST

Dear Brian!

Brian Hechinger schrieb:
> Easy to deal with in this case since nothing changed to the repository other
> than adding that dir, so very easy to revert. I'm not back to a sane state!

You didn't do a repository operation, so there has nothing been changed;
even your directory hasn't been added because you haven't done a "svn
commit" afterwards. Otherwise you also would have complained that the
commit has failed due to the lock on the working copy.

Even if you have aborted the commit there won't be a user visible
sign of the check-in because all repository operations are atomic.
Probably there will be some relics from aborted transactions but they
only waste space in the repository but are not visible to the user.

With best regards
Andreas Schweigstill

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Received on Thu Oct 5 15:39:13 2006

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