> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thorsten Gecks [mailto:Thorsten.Gecks@uni-bayreuth.de]
> Sent: Thursday, October 05, 2006 10:51 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Merge problem
> I am using svn version 1.3.0 (r17949) here and I have the following
> phenomenon, that I don't understand. Is it a bug or a feature:
> 1) Made a branch of an existing tree(trunk) with svn copy
> 2) in trunk: deleted file TestFile and committed
> 3) in trunk: created link with the same name, added and committed
> 4) tried to merge both modifications into branch with a single merge
> command, succeded with
> D TestFile
> A TestFile
> as output.
> 5) Then I tried to commit these changes and got the following
> error message:
> Replacing TestFile
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Veraltet: '/tmp/test/TestFile' in Transaktion '792-1'
> Sorry, that the last message is german, but setting the
> LANG variable
> to en_GB didn't help, maybe this translation helps:
> (svn: Too old: '/tmp/test/TestFile' in transaction '792-1')
That looks like a bug that was supposedly fixed in 1.4.0. If you delete
and add a file, the commit will fail. I've occassionally had this
problem when doing merges using 1.3.x.
The commit still fails if you revert the file. The workaround I used
was to commit every file but the R's.
1. run 'svn status' and save the output to a file (status.log).
2. Save status.log somewhere safe.
3. Copy status.log to a new name (filelist.txt). (Keep status.log for
4. Delete any lines in filelist.txt with a status of 'R' (or '?').
Remove the status codes so you have just filenames remaining.
5. svn commit -m "..." --targets filelist.txt
6. Create a new workspace and 'merge' the 'R' files manually (don't use
'svn merge'). Refer to status.log for the 'R' files.
Or use a 1.4.0 client to do the merge.
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Received on Thu Oct 5 17:13:03 2006