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Re: remove svn-commit.tmp after commit?

From: Alec Kloss <alec.kloss_at_oracle.com>
Date: 24 Jul 2009 06:16:19 -0500

On 2009-07-24 10:48, Mikel Ward wrote:
> Occasionally when I do a commit, it fails because somebody else had
> also done a commit recently.
> So then I try to do svn ci -F svn-commit.tmp.
> Today I did that out of habit, but I should have done svn ci -F
> svn-commit.2.tmp because svn-commit.tmp was an old one from a previous
> commit.
> I would really like it if svn commit cleaned up svn-commit.*.tmp after
> a successful commit, presumably by removing the argument to svn ci -F.

My super-dooper svn wrapper script does exactly this.

> Failing that, I guess one workaround is for me to type svn ci -F
> svn-commit* so it fails if there are two?

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