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Svn resource out of date try updating

Svn resource out of date try updating


You can use 'svn log -rHEAD' to see if your supposed-failed commit actually succeeded. You might be genuinely out of date - that is, you're trying to commit a change to a file that has been changed by someone else since you last updated your copy of that file. Note that only 'svn update' brings your local copies up-to-date; revert doesn't do that. You may have had a commit that went sour between the time the new revision was added in the server and the time your client performed its post-commit admin tasks including refreshing your local text-base copy. Mixed revisions could also cause this problem. When Subversion commits, the client only bumps the revision numbers of the nodes the commit touches, not all nodes in the working copy. Why does Subversion say my working copy is out of date when I try to commit? Again, 'svn update' is the way to fix this. You might be genuinely out of date — that is, you're trying to commit a change to a file that has been changed by someone else since you last updated your copy of that file. This means that in a single working copy, the files and subdirectories might be at different revisions, depending on when you last committed them. If this happens, it's possible that you have already committed the very changes you are trying now to commit.

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Svn resource out of date try updating


You can use 'svn log -rHEAD' to see if your supposed-failed commit actually succeeded. You might be genuinely out of date - that is, you're trying to commit a change to a file that has been changed by someone else since you last updated your copy of that file. Note that only 'svn update' brings your local copies up-to-date; revert doesn't do that. You may have had a commit that went sour between the time the new revision was added in the server and the time your client performed its post-commit admin tasks including refreshing your local text-base copy. Mixed revisions could also cause this problem. When Subversion commits, the client only bumps the revision numbers of the nodes the commit touches, not all nodes in the working copy. Why does Subversion say my working copy is out of date when I try to commit? Again, 'svn update' is the way to fix this. You might be genuinely out of date — that is, you're trying to commit a change to a file that has been changed by someone else since you last updated your copy of that file. This means that in a single working copy, the files and subdirectories might be at different revisions, depending on when you last committed them. If this happens, it's possible that you have already committed the very changes you are trying now to commit.

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5 thoughts on “Svn resource out of date try updating

  1. [RANDKEYWORD
    Kami

    Debris from a failed commit could be littering your working copy.

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    Samubar

    Why does Subversion say my working copy is out of date when I try to commit? This might happen for various reasons, including rarely problems in the database back end or more commonly network dropouts at exactly the wrong time.

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    Mezishura

    Why does Subversion say my working copy is out of date when I try to commit?

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    Doushicage

    See Mixed revisions have limitations in the Version Control. You might be genuinely out of date - that is, you're trying to commit a change to a file that has been changed by someone else since you last updated your copy of that file.

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    Malamuro

    Debris from a failed commit could be littering your working copy. Mixed revisions could also cause this problem.

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