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From Pazmiño Mazón, Iván Andrés <iapm270...@sri.ad>
Subject Re: Commit fails with path not found
Date Thu, 06 Jan 2011 15:48:53 GMT
This project went through some big refactoring. It was not a maven
project at first and had very different directories structure. The
modules did not exist before so all the -ejb -ear and -web directories
are new and the source and other files inside were originally in
directories on the root directory.

I've looked into some of the problem directories and no one is marked
with (!)

-----Original Message-----
From: David Weintraub <qazwart@gmail.com>
To: iapazmino@sri.gob.ec
Cc: users@subversion.apache.org
Subject: Re: Commit fails with path not found
Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2011 16:56:35 -0500

Interesting. These look like directory names. The ones that start with
"?" are not under Subversion control. Are these the ones you moved? The
directoy is "src/main/java/...", so I assume these should be under
version control. Did you move your directories around?


The strange thing is the "~" mark. This is for versioned items that are
obstructed. For example, if I delete a directory, and put a file in its
place. However, these are for "target" directories which I assume should
not be under version control. Did you put the "target" directory under
revision control? The "obstructed version object flag" (~) could happen
if you delete the revisioned target directories and then put duplicate
non-revisioned "target" directories in their place.


Are there any directories or files showing up with the "missing
flag" (!)?

2011/1/5 Pazmiño Mazón, Iván Andrés <iapm270409@sri.ad>
        Thanks a lot David!
        
        This is the output to my status command:
        
        iapm270409@UIOiapm270409:~/workspace/intranet/recursos-revision$
        svn
        status
         M      .
        ~       recursos-revision-ejb/target
        ?
        recursos-revision-ejb/src/main/java/ec/gob/sri/recursos/revision/comun
        ?
        recursos-revision-ejb/src/main/java/ec/gob/sri/recursos/revision/ejb/entidades
        ?
        recursos-revision-ejb/src/main/java/ec/gob/sri/recursos/revision/ejb/exception
        ?
        recursos-revision-ejb/src/main/java/ec/gob/sri/recursos/revision/ejb/dao/impl
        ?
        recursos-revision-ejb/src/main/java/ec/gob/sri/recursos/revision/servicio/impl
        ~       recursos-revision-ear/target
        ~       recursos-revision-web/target
        ?       recursos-revision-web/src/main/config
        ?       recursos-revision-web/src/main/webapp
        ?       recursos-revision-web/src/main/java/ec
        A       .settings
        A       .settings/org.eclipse.jdt.core.prefs
        A       .settings/org.maven.ide.eclipse.prefs
        
        The command was run on the projects base directory.
        
        -----Original Message-----
        From: David Weintraub <qazwart@gmail.com>
        To: iapazmino@sri.gob.ec
        Cc: users@subversion.apache.org
        Subject: Re: Commit fails with path not found
        
        
        Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2011 12:08:27 -0500
        
        2011/1/4 Pazmiño Mazón, Iván Andrés <iapm270409@sri.ad>:
        > I just moved the directories within the IDE, it's eclipse, and
        worked
        on
        > them for quite long before being ready to commit. I'm using
        subversive
        > plugin.
        
        If you don't have the command line Subversion client installed,
        install
        it on your system, and try the following:
        
        Go to the directory where your files are checked out and run:
        
        C> svn status
        
        This will print out the status of the various files in your
        working
        directory. If the first column is an exclamation point (!), it
        means
        that the file exists in Subversion, but does not exist in your
        working
        directory. If the first column of the report is a question mark
        (?), it
        means that the item is not under version control.
        
        I have a feeling that when you moved files around with Eclipse,
        it
        didn't inform Subversion what you were doing, and you'll see the
        files
        in the directory where they were moved starting with a "?" and
        in the
        directory where they were moved from, you'll see a "!".
        
        I just played around with my Subversion install, and see the
        following:
        
          H:\svn> move groups.pl File
          H:\svn> svn status
          ?       File\groups.pl
          !       groups.pl
          M       updateRms.cqpl
        
        I first moved the file "groups.pl" to the File directory, and
        ran "svn
        status".
        
        
        The first line in the status report is telling me that the file
        "groups.pl" is under the "File" directory, but is not under
        version
        control. The second line is telling me that the file "groups.pl"
        should
        be in the current directory, but isn't found there. Subversion
        may not
        let me commit my changes. (It might, but I'm not going to see
        what
        happens).
        
        
        What I should have done was:
        
        
               H:\svn> svn move groups.pl File
               A         File\groups.pl
               D         groups.pl
        
        
        
        Which would have not only moved the file, but told Subversion
        that I was
        moving the file. If I do that, my "svn status" report looks like
        this:
        
        
               H:\svn> svn status
               A  +    File\groups.pl
               D       groups.pl
               M       updateRms.cqpl
        
        Subversion is now showing me that I am adding a file called
        "groups.pl"
        to the "File" directory, and I'm deleting this file from the
        current
        directory. I can now do a "svn commit".
        
        
        I don't have a copy of Eclipse in front of me, but you need to
        do all
        SCM stuff using the "Team" menu item in the drop down menu when
        you
        click on a file. I believe you can move files from there.
        
        
        It could be that Eclipse is suppose to track drag and drop
        changes for
        SCM files, and it's not which would be an Eclipse issue. There
        may be
        someone on this list who can help you out, but you might have to
        ask at
        an Eclipse support site.
        
        
        So, run the "svn status" command and show us the output. It'll
        allow us
        to more easily identify the issues you're having.
        
        
        --
        David Weintraub
        qazwart@gmail.com


-- 
David Weintraub
qazwart@gmail.com


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