On Wed, May 7, 2008 at 12:24 PM, <Rodney.Drenth_at_emerson.com> wrote:
> We're Trying to use Subversion and TortoiseSVN on one of our project and
> are having
> Problems. Here's the scenareo:
> User A Updates the project to Head.
> User A makes changes to code in several files
> User B Updates project to Head
> User B makes changes to code in several files
> User B does commit
> User A tries to commit, Dialog says he must do an update first.
> User A does Update,
> Now here's the thing: none of his files are changed.
> Tortoise SVN now thinks that all his files have the latest and
> User A tries Commit again
> Subversion thinks there's been no changes and there's nothing to
> Not here that User A has files he's changed which aren't in the
> What gives?
If User A has new files that are not in the repository, did he add the new
files to the repository using 'svn add' (or the corresponding svn menu
option in Tortoise SVN)? This is a necessary operation before commit. That
is, you need to add the files and then commit.
Received on 2008-05-07 23:25:02 CEST