Perplexing results of SVN commit
From: Warren Jones <wjones_at_fluke.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 12:07:59 -0700
One of our developers got perplexing results from an SVN commit. As far as I can tell, this is what happened:
1. Developer checks out trunk of SVN project to working directory.
After the commit:
1. "svn status" shows the working directory is up to date.
I'm unable to reproduce this odd state of affairs, but I have the repository and the developer's working directory to prove that something went wrong with the commit. I don't know whether it was operator error or a bug in SVN.
Here are some other bits of information that may be relevant:
1. The developer was using SVN v1.6.6 on openSUSE 11.2.
Last Changed Date: 2011-03-10 11:02:49 -0800 (Thu, 10 Mar 2011)
5. It's **possible** that there has been some clock skew between the SVN server, the client workstation and the NetApp file server. I've tried to reproduce the problem by forcing the workstation clock fast or slow, but without success.
Thanks in advance to anyone who can explain what happened here!
-- Warren Jones Fluke Corporation Software Engineering Support GroupReceived on 2011-07-11 21:11:47 CEST
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