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Commit always responds with "No files were changed or added..."

Author Justin <jgspratt at gmail dot com>
Full name Justin <jgspratt at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-19 21:38:01 PST
Message Hello,
Recently SVN has begun reporting that:

"No files were changed or added since
the last commit. There's nothing
for TortoiseSVN to do here..."

This seems natural when no updates were made, however, I have made
significant updates to certain files, deleted others and created still
others, yet SVN returns the same report. I am using our head revision
(currently 31).

There also seems to be something strange with the logs. There is a
total of three commits shown in the statistics, however we are at
revision 31. My buddy has one commit to his name, and I have two, yet
we have certainly made many more than that.

I have tried uninstalling/reinstalling SVN. No luck. I also opened
3980 on TCP and 3690 on UDP in the ISA server. No luck there. I
tried making a new folder, pulling everything down, then adding my new
files and committing, but I still get the same message.

The funny thing is, in my ISA logs, when I look at my logs while
committing nothing appears to connect to the server IP address. In
fact, the only IPs I can see are http and https for Google.

I seem to be able to pull files down (and see "revision 31"), but
every time I commit I keep getting that same message.

Cheers,
Justin

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Commit always responds with "No files were changed or added..." Justin <jgspratt at gmail dot com> Justin <jgspratt at gmail dot com> 2009-01-19 21:38:01 PST
     Re: Commit always responds with "No files were changed or added..." simonlarge Simon Large 2009-01-20 02:00:32 PST
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