-----Original Message----- From: [email protected][mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of siva Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 AM To: Visual SVN Subject: svn: resource out of date; try updating Hi Friends, I am using Visual SVN 1.7.2 When the users try to commit its giving the below error svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: Your file or directory 'CBSDemo.java' is probably out-of-date svn: resource out of date; try updating Can any one help me out.This happens to me all the time but I think it's not TSVN, but the Subversion client libraries doing it. ------------------------------------------------------ Message.do? ds Forum Id=4061&ds Message Id=2271254 To unsubscribe from this discussion, e-mail: [users-unsubscribe_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org].
Jay Compu Matter Like @Alexander-Klyubin suggests, do the move in the repository.
It's also going to be much faster, especially if you have a large amount of data to move, because you won't have to transfer all that data over the network again.
Index: array.c =================================================================== --- array.c (revision 2) array.c (working copy) @@ -2,6 2,24 @@ #define MAX 16 void accept_input(int *arr, int n) void display(int *arr, int n) int main(void) Subversion is not allowing to commit Jerry's changes, because Tom has already modified the repository and Jerry's working copy is out of date.
To avoid overwriting each other's changes, Subversion fails this operation.
It's very annoying though, and it occurs so commonly that now I generally make it standard practice to just do an svn update after the merge, before I even try to commit, and almost all of the time this works.
,588 DEBUG Svn Repository Service,org.springframework.scheduling.quartz. Scheduler Factory Bean#0_Worker-7 - Commit path: ba/baoo.xkbml ,601 ERROR Svn Repository Service,org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.
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This occurs in the typical merge from branch to trunk scenario (and probably in other scenarios). This isn't generally supposed to be necessary, but in one case it was.
Literally, I have a clean WC that has done a commit as its last operation.
Scheduler Factory Bean#0_Worker-5 - Could not commit file ba/baoo.xkbml org.core.