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  1. Tortoise svn has bug?

    Hi all,

    I have two folders and I use Tortoise SVN to put them in sycn.

    Today I've added one sub folder with some new files into the first folder,

    and then I "svn add" and "svn commit" through the Tortoise SVN interface.

    Then I tried the following:

    1. Right click on the second folder, and "svn update";
    2. Get into the second folder, and inside the second folder, do "svn
    update",

    But none of the above approaches download the newly added sub-folder.

    I tried many times, it failed myserably.

    Now the two folders are dissynced. What's wrong and how do I fix it?



  2. Re: Tortoise svn has bug?

    "Linus Utopia" wrote in message
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    > Hi all,
    >
    > I have two folders and I use Tortoise SVN to put them in sycn.
    >
    > Today I've added one sub folder with some new files into the first
    > folder,
    >
    > and then I "svn add" and "svn commit" through the Tortoise SVN interface.
    >
    > Then I tried the following:
    >
    > 1. Right click on the second folder, and "svn update";
    > 2. Get into the second folder, and inside the second folder, do "svn
    > update",
    >
    > But none of the above approaches download the newly added sub-folder.
    >
    > I tried many times, it failed myserably.
    >
    > Now the two folders are dissynced. What's wrong and how do I fix it?


    You should be able to right click on the main folder and do "svn update" and
    get the subfolder and everything it includes.

    One of the folders may need to be svn cleaned, right click,
    tortoisesvn->Clean Up
    Then try updating
    if that doesn't work make sure the repository has the sub folder
    right click->tortoisesvn->repo browser

    Sometimes I find a folder so fuxroed up I wind up deleting it, recreating it
    and rechecking out the repository.



  3. Re: Tortoise svn has bug?

    Linus Utopia wrote:
    > I have two folders and I use Tortoise SVN to put them in sycn.


    What's TortoiseSVN got to do with Linux?



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    Milan Babuskov
    http://home.gna.org/vodovod

  4. Re: Tortoise svn has bug?

    On Jul 24, 8:57 am, "Linus Utopia" wrote:
    > Hi all,
    >
    > I have two folders and I use Tortoise SVN to put them in sycn.
    >
    > Today I've added one sub folder with some new files into the first folder,
    >
    > and then I "svn add" and "svn commit" through the Tortoise SVN interface.
    >
    > Then I tried the following:
    >
    > 1. Right click on the second folder, and "svn update";
    > 2. Get into the second folder, and inside the second folder, do "svn
    > update",
    >
    > But none of the above approaches download the newly added sub-folder.


    Your story doesn't make sense to me - if this is in a single working
    copy, what is there to download? It already has the committed
    structure and data.

    >
    > I tried many times, it failed myserably.
    >
    > Now the two folders are dissynced. What's wrong and how do I fix it?




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