All too often when I try to perform a commit, I get the dreaded message:
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Your file or directory 'blah blah' is probably out-of-date
svn: The version resource does not correspond to the resource within the
tion. Either the requested version resource is out of date (needs to be
), or the requested version resource is newer than the transaction root
I'm currently using the 1.40 client on windows, but this has manifested
itself with earlier versions as well.
I don't have total control over the server, but it appears to be running
I've read through quite a few comments related to this problem, and none of
them apply here.
1) No, the commit didn't really work. If I browse into my repository, I see
an old file.
2) No, there isn't a newer version on the server. I'm the only one using it,
and when I do an update nothing happens.
3) I can run svnadmin verify on my server and it's happy - nothing but
4) These are small source files, and the error occurs before an upload even
appears to start.
This is a real problem, and it's making SVN effectivly unusable. It seems
like I'm not the only one that is seeing the problem - but no effective
workaround seems to exist. Any help would be welcome.
| Mark Nelson - http://marknelson.us
Received on Wed Nov 22 07:54:32 2006