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Svn resource out of date try updating
When I try to commit the changes of the top directory of my project in Eclipse to its sourceforge subversion repository, I get this error: Merge conflict during commit svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: File or directory '.' is out of date; try updating svn: resource out of date; try updating.
If it did, run 'svn revert' to revert your local changes, then run 'svn update' to get your own changes back from the server.Just thought if anyone else was also getting this kind of behaviour and could report it so that the issue would get proper attention.Right now i'm not able to commit with idea, everytime i try - i would not be able to commit the same file from this working copy, and this is super annoying. So, if you stay with subversive you will come into this problem from time to time - and if you change to subclipse you will have the same problem .Summary: "Working copy is out of date" when trying to commit Applies to: Subversion, all versions Three kinds of situation that can cause this: 1.The only way to commit this file is to delete the working copy and checkout clean.So the workflow is like this: This never happens with collabnet client.Summary of conflicts: Text conflicts: 1 [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn commit -m "Updated README" svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: Aborting commit: '/home/jerry/project_repo/trunk/README' remains in conflict [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn status ? Jerry resolved the conflict but didn't tell Subversion that he had resolved the conflict.He uses the resolve command to inform Subversion about the conflict resolution. Sometimes if I commit into svn with idea the file in working copy does not get marked as of newest version.Updating the file doesn't get any changes from server.