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Re: Problem tagging from mixed rev working copy with a rename (copy+delete) from the past inside

From: Wolfgang Röckelein <mail_at_wolfgangroeckelein.de>
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2011 11:58:31 +0200

Stefan Sperling wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 10:05:16AM +0200, Wolfgang Röckelein wrote:
>> I have two problems when creating a tag from a mixed rev working copy. Both
>> problems are caused by a rename (copy+delete) from the past inside.
>> One case is a directory, here I get the following error, XXXX is the deleted
>> local directory path:
>> Working copy not locked; this is probably a bug, please report
>> svn: Directory 'XXXX' is missing
>> Can't find a working copy path
>> svn: Directory 'XXXX' is missing
>> Other case is a file, here I get the following error, XXXX is the deleted file
>> (relative path), YYYY is the tag path:
>> Working copy is not up-to-date
>> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
>> svn: File 'XXXX' is out of date
>> Filesystem has no item
>> svn: '/svn/mobil/!svn/wrk/4263dc38-ec4c-9042-9505-c5fb37cf8ea7/YYYY/XXXX' path
>> not found
> Which version of Subversion are you using?

1.6.17 on client, 1.6.15 or 1.6.16 on server, I am not sure when the admin last

> It's very likely that this problem has been fixed in 1.7.
> Are you able to test your steps with the 1.7.0-alpha1 release to
> verify that it has been fixed? Thanks in advance!

Would I have to change only the client or the server also? Since I can the
client easily, however I can't get the server changed to an alpha version...

> Depending on your operating system there might even be 1.7.0-alpha1

Client OS is Win32, server OS is Linux.

> binaries available you can use, so you won't have to compile your own.
> But I'm not sure where to link to because you didn't say which OS you
> are using.
> (In the future, please consider including a short line like this
> in your problem reports: "I am using Subversion 1.6.17 on Ubuntu 10.04".

Ok, sorry.

Thank you,
Received on 2011-06-16 11:59:17 CEST

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