Von: Ryan Schmidt [mailto:subversion-2011a_at_ryandesign.com]
> Sounds to me like operator error of the following kind: the developer
> modified the files in the working copy, and also made identical
> modifications to the corresponding pristine files in .svn/text-base
> (frequently this happens when using a batch search-replace tool).
> even after the edits the contents of the pristine files match the
> files, "svn st" and "svn di" don't show the changes and they don't get
> If this is what happened, check out a fresh working copy, manually
> over the changed files, and commit them. And ensure that in the future
> do not edit anything in the .svn directories. Some batch
> tools let you define directories they're not to touch.
This kind of problem seems to be rather common. What about an additional
option to "svn cleanup" to check the validity of the base files, and
restore them from the repository?
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Received on 2011-07-12 14:19:18 CEST