No, it was identical to the local file, except for the deleted line of code.
From: Andy Levy [mailto:andy.levy_at_gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2012 2:50 PM
To: Reed, David
Subject: Re: Update fails to delete a line of code
On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 14:38, Reed, David <DReed_at_cmal.com> wrote:
> I am not subscribed, so please be so kind as to CC me in your response.
> Using relatively current versions of SubversionEdge and TortoiseSVN, I
> "committed" a file (from which I had deleted a line of code in my
> local workspace).
> Then I logged onto my app server and used TortoiseSVN and "updated"
> the same file.
> I was surprised to see that, instead of replacing the file on the app
> server with the latest revision, a merge was performed automatically.
> Without asking me, the file on the app server was merged with the
> version I had committed to the repository, and this merge resulted in
> *no change* to the copy on the app server -- since the merge kept in
> place the line of code I was trying to delete.
> Obviously, this was not the desired result. What should I do
> differently, so that committing a file with a line deleted, and then
> updating the same file on a second machine, will result in the file on
> the second machine reflecting the deletion?
Did the file on your app server have any uncommitted changes in it?
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Received on 2012-04-04 20:53:39 CEST