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Re: Commit failed (I'm a beginner to Subversion and TortoiseSVN)

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-05-09 00:54:43 CEST

On 08/05/07, Shah, Ravi P. CIV NAWCAD, 4.1.4 <ravi.shah@navy.mil> wrote:
> Simon,
> Thanks for the prompt response!!! I've done a lot of programming in UNIX
> in the past BUT I don't have much experience with DOS. There are some
> subtle differences obviously. So much for beginner pains!!! ;)
> Creating a batch file? Hmmmm... I'll have to STFW on how to do that. I

Batch file is windows-speak for a shell script, ie all the commands
you were typing in by hand. It needs to have a .bat extension for it
to be 'executable' in Windows. Here is an example of a Windows batch
file that I wrote to reproduce a particular problem.


> really thought "revert" was the same as "uncheckout". I guess for that
> to work, I have to had made a change to a file or folder. I know
> "Revert" option is available on TortoiseSVN if a file or folder is
> checked out.

Revert is only available in the TortoiseSVN context menu for modified
files, and it means "discard these local changes". You *really* need
to read the SVN book ;)


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