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Re: Cleaning Up A Mess

From: Rich Shepard <rshepard_at_appl-ecosys.com>
Date: 2007-06-05 04:08:05 CEST

On Mon, 4 Jun 2007, Andy Levy wrote:

> Is it possible that you had a version of the WC, created your own
> schema.sql in it, then updated?


   Not likely. I created the files in the cwd, then inserted them in the new
repository's new project.

> The repository clearly thinks that there's already a schema.sql that
> should be there. What if you rename the one you have (not via svn, just mv
> schema.sql myschema.sql) and then update?

   It cleans up the mess. I had to revert the add, then update again. But,
there's now a copy of schema.sql in the WC that makes svn happy. I copied
the backed up current version to the original name, made a meaningless
edit, then commited the change. This time it worked.

Thank you very much,


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