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SVN not updating original file

From: Christopher D Haakinson <cdhaakin_at_us.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2011 10:58:38 -0500

Hi SVN mailing list! I'm a first timer with SVN and am having problems.

I followed this simple howto:


Now I have a repo setup that is accessible from remote clients. I can
checkout the repo files, edit any of the files included and commit these
changes back to SVN. To double-check I checked out the repo on a separate
machine and was able to see my changes made from the first workstation.

The problem I have is that the original file never changes, no matter how
many changes I make.

For example here's how my layout looks:

/svn/scripts <-- This folder has my original script files I want SVN to
track and update

"svn import /svn/scripts file:///svn/scripts" is the command I run to
create the repo

/svn/scripts/check.sh <-- this is the file I change on my remote client

So after I change this file, I commit the changes back to SVN and this
appears to work, however the file /svn/scripts/check.sh remains the same,
original un-edited file.

What am I doing wrong? Seems simple enough it just doesn't work. Thanks!
Received on 2011-02-22 16:59:29 CET

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