RE: error when upgrading working copy
From: Ryan Schmitz <jschmitz_at_marketstar.com>
Date: Tue, 1 May 2012 20:24:46 +0000
Yes! I removed the 'delete' before the deleted flag, leaving in the empty line preceding it, and I was able to upgrade SVN to 1.7.6. Thanks for all your help!
Ryan Schmitz | OLAP Developer / Kalido Specialist | MarketStar | People + Knowledge Accelerating Sales
Ryan Schmitz <jschmitz_at_marketstar.com> writes:
> It appears to be failing in the Data Definitions subfolder. There were
That will be it.
"delete" means "delete this at the next commit".
"deleted" means "commit has deleted this" or "update has removed this".
I don't think it's valid for a node to have both set.
> These entries refer to folders at the next level that were recently
The delete/deleted combination is not supposed to occur, it's a 1.6 bug that it let you get into that state.
You may be able to upgrade the rest of the working copy by editing the .svn/entries file that has the delete/deleted entry. Remove the delete but make sure to leave the empty line.
$ svnadmin create repo
It appears that 1.6 ignores the delete and gives deleted precedence:
$ svn1.6 st wc
I suppose 1.7 could do the same but upgrading corrupt working copies is not really practical because we don't know what else is broken.
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