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From Daniel Shahaf <>
Subject Re: stuck at out of date error when rename/delete files
Date Sat, 22 Nov 2014 23:58:06 GMT
James wrote on Sat, Nov 22, 2014 at 14:18:41 +0000:
> I am using latest SVN in linux with KDE SVN and eclipse. I have problem to commit the
delete action. I was renamed two files along with other changes. After several different ways
to commit my changes with KDE SVN, Eclipse and command line. Now these two files were renamed.
The new files were in but the old named files were marked as "delete". I cannot commit them.

> The files are not physically exist on the machine. "svn status" will list them as "D".
And they are displayed in the KDE SVN as "delete" as well. I am trying to commit the deletion.
The result tell me the files are "out of date" and "path not found". I tried "svn update"
, "svn resolved fileName" and "svn commit -m "comments"  fileNames". The results are the
> I was able to rename files before. But I don't know why it doesn't work for me this time.
Is there a way to commit this deletion?

I'm not sure why the commit isn't going through, but as a workaround,
you could run the 'svn rm' (or 'svn rename') command with URL targets
and it should go through regardless of what may have happened to your
working copy.

As I said in my other message --- if you posted your shell transcript
(the commands you ran and their outputs; set LC_ALL=C in the environment
if your locale isn't English), rather than just prose, it would be a lot
easier for us to help you.


> Thanks,
> James

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