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can't commit delete of file that was in conflict, even after "svn resolved"

From: <cristan_at_123mail.org>
Date: 2007-05-21 05:52:45 CEST


If I have a file in conflict, and instead of
resolving the conflict I get fed up and decide to
delete it altogether, I get this:

> svn delete --force file
     D file
> svn commit -m "" file
     svn: Commit failed (details follow):
     svn: Out of date: 'file' in transaction '24-1'

Not even "svn resolved" helps.

Is this intentional? The comment in delete_entry
in subversion/libsvn_repos/commit.c seems to
suggest not. Surely it was not intended to prevent
the user from deleting a file if that's what he
really really wants.

Should I submit this in the Issue Tracker?

Best regards,

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Received on Mon May 21 17:17:54 2007

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