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Re: Mac OS X + SVN 1.5.1 = Branch problem

From: Koichi Tsunoda <ichikoo315_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 17 Aug 2008 09:45:39 -0700

That would've been way too obvious :) I believe that I mentioned that it
worked with SVN 1.4.4.

Here's what happened:

1. Tried this command with 1.5.1, and this error showed up.
2. I tried it immediately after with SVN 1.4.4, and it went through.

To me, that implies that the bug is in SVN 1.5.1, since I the only thing
that I differed is the SVN binary, and didn't do anything with the
repository location/structure.

Let me see if I can break down the maven command into SVN commands...

Thanks for your responses!

On 8/17/08 8:51 AM, "Jeremy Whitlock" <jcscoobyrs_at_gmail.com> wrote:

>>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>> [INFO] Unable to branch SCM
>>>> Provider message:
>>>> The svn branch command failed.
>>>> Command output:
>>>> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
>>>> svn: File '/svn/flash/Stuff/branches/stuff-1.0.10.X/Stuff/pom.xml'
>>>> already
>>>> exists
> This does not appear to be a broken binary. Apparently you're trying
> to create a branch where a branch exists. This is a common error that
> you would get regardless of client. Check your repository structure.

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