[airstrike] Help needed: problems in SVN commiting updates to files
eero.tamminen at netsonic.fi
Thu Jul 14 15:59:39 EDT 2005
On Thursday 14 July 2005 01:15, Ulf Ekström wrote:
> > I'm having the following problem in commiting updates to Airstrike:
> > ----------
> > svn commit trigger.c
> > Sending trigger.c
> > svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> > svn: Your file or directory 'trigger.c' is probably out-of-date
> > svn:
> This is strange, I didn't do anything with the repository in the last
> 5 days (unfortunately).
> I can't even ssh to the server from where I am now. Could you try to
> save your new file and do a complete checkout again?
I checked the version of SVN that my SUSE 9.1 has and it's 1.0.0...
This might explain it. :-/
> I am a beginner
> at subversion, so I don't really know. I should upgrade to 1.2 as soon
> as I can reach my machine. By the way, it now has an dns name:
> Subversion url: http://fluff.dyndns.org/repos/airstrike/airstrike/trunk
> Trac url: http://fluff.dyndns.org/cgi-bin/trac.cgi
> The other possibility is that I was hacked, and someone is
> manipulating the repository, but the risk seems minimal. Can you do a
> diff versus the repos? I have backups from last sunday in the worst
At least no C code had changed.
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