[GLLUG] Subversion question
rick at divinesymphony.net
Sun Jun 15 23:37:37 EDT 2008
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I'm not aware of one, but the request doesn't really make sense to me.
I see one of two possibilities:
1.) Subversion has a bug and the file was changed, but is not detected
as so. This is a problem; it should be reported. An easy workaround
might be to try something like touch to modify the file time stamp and
allow Subversion to detect the change.
2.) Subversion is correct and the file was not changed. It doesn't make
sense to try to fool Subversion into storing duplicate copies of the
exact same file. If this is the case, it seems that there is a larger
process flaw at the core of the problem.
frank.dolinar at comcast.net wrote:
| Is there a way to explicitly commit a file to the repository, even if
subversion thinks it has not been changed since the last commit?
| linux-user mailing list
| linux-user at egr.msu.edu
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