Commit failed (details follow): Your file or directory '...' is probably out
From: Ridpath, Ronnie <rridpath_at_exec-i.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 10:33:48 -0600
Did anyone ever resolve this issue? We’re having it here and I’m have no idea what to tell the developer to do to resolve it!
Achim Domma <achim.domma_at_syynx.de> wrote:
> Martin Hauner wrote:
> >> Commit failed (details follow):
> >> Your file or directory '...' is probably out-of-data
> > http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#wc-out-of-date
> > explains why an update may be necessary.
> That seems not to solve my problem. After reading the FAQ entry you are
> refering to, I tried the following:
> - 'svn update', then 'svn commit' -> failed!
> - 'svn commit' with single files. for files I just have added the commit
> works fine.
> - 'svn update' to have the latest revision on all files.
> - 'svn commit' with a changed visual studio project file (*.csproj) fails.
> - 'svn update' on this file shows, that it has the latest revision number.
Strange, no idea why it still fails. :(
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