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Re: Subversion Problems

From: Kevin Grover <kevin_at_kevingrover.net>
Date: Wed, 7 May 2008 15:27:21 -0700

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
> greatest.
> User A tries Commit again
> Subversion thinks there's been no changes and there's nothing to
> commit.
> Not here that User A has files he's changed which aren't in the
> repository.
> What gives?
> Rodney Drenth
> Global Engineering Services
> Emerson Process Management
> (641)754-2662

To be thorough, it's always good to include as much detail as possible.

What versions of SVN, TSVN, and Windows (+SP or other relevant info) are you

What SVN protocol are you using (file://, svn://, http://)? If file:// or
svn:// you'll need to look at who owns the repository files. For svn://
you'll need that also, plus the user the svnserve process runs as.

Are positive that you both checked out from the _same_ repository? (Not a
copy or anything.)

Can you reproduce this behavior? If so, making a script (batch file) that
demonstrates it would be helpful.
Received on 2008-05-08 00:27:54 CEST

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