Damien Kick | 25 Apr 23:38 2011

Branch, merge, and unknown files

Regarding svn, version 1.6.13 (r1002816):

I have a trunk branch, we'll call it trunk, from which I copied to
make a development branch, we'll call it dev.

$ svn cp $SVN_ROOT/branches/trunk $SVN_ROOT/branches/dev

Recently, I rebased against trunk.

$ svn merge $SVN_ROOT/branches/trunk
$ svn ci -m "Rebase with trunk."

Now ... somehow I've got things in a state in which files which were
added by someone else to trunk are showing up on my dev branch as '?'.

$ svn st
? sub/dir/file.h

If I check out a new copy of my dev branch, those files are indeed not
on the branch.

I'm not sure how I got to this state.  ~shrug~ Fine.  But attempting
to add the file gives me.

$ svn add sub/dir/file.h
$ svn st
A sub/dir/file.h
$ svn ci
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: File '$SVN_ROOT/branches/dev/sub/dir/file.h' already exists
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Ben Alex | 25 Jun 11:28 2007
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OT: Invitation to participate in research project

Hello there

I would greatly appreciate a small amount of your time to assist with
my doctoral research at The University of Newcastle. The research
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Java projects. The research is supervised, ethics-approved, anonymous
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EShin Yen | 20 Jun 19:33 2007
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How to setup client connection:

Hi,
     I am new to the superversion system.  I can start my server easily with the port setup to be 88 and specify the db directory. However, I have 2 questions.
 
1. Is there any way to download the client jar file(s) and batch files to run everything locally instead of doing java webstart every time?
 
2. Once I started the client (with java web start), it asked me to specify the db directory.  Well, I did when I run client and the server in the same machine.  Now, I want to connect to the superversion server from a remote machine.  How do I setup the client on the remote machine?  The client won't let me in without setup DB location first.  Moreover, there is nowhere in the client to specify the remote server's IP address or port.
 
 
     Please help.
 
 
 
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Jorgen Bodde | 23 Feb 10:26 2007
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Superversion Dead?

Hi,

It has been a long time since any updates. I wonder if there will be
any in the future. I am now facing a decision to either use
Superversion or SVN. I tend to use the latter because it is still
developed. If Superversion is still in development, I will stick to
it.

Regards,
- Jorgen

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Thomas Paul | 7 Nov 11:55 2006
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Feature Request: Single File Export via History Window

Hi,

I'm using SuperVersion 1.2 for my private purposes (single user only) and
over all I'm very satisfied with the handling of the program. But there's
some little feature I'm missing. It would be great to have the ability to
export any special version of a single file via the "File History" dialog.
The only chance to do that now is to go to the "Project History" and then
use the "State Inspector" dialog (right click on the file name). The
disadvantage going this way, is that the "State Inspector" holds the list of
all files belonging to the project and therefore it's not so easy to
navigate to the one interest.

Finishing my request I have a more fundamental question: Is there any
progress in the development of the single user version 1.2 or am I forced to
migrate to version 2.0 even though I'm not interested in any multi-user
features offered by 2.0?

Thanks!
Thomas.

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Robert Blenis | 18 Jul 13:02 2006
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is public server still down

I still can't get connected to the public superversion server. It 
appears to have been down this past week. Help!

Robert

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Otan | 18 Jul 11:13 2006
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the wonderful superversion's diff tool

Greetings!

Is superversion using a third party diff library for Java? If yes, what is it and where can I get it from? If not, can I get the particular diff source code out from the superversion's source code and use it for my application? Thanks.

In service to humanity,
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dean | 17 Jul 21:30 2006
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A message to my wonderful clients from Dean Waters:

A message to my wonderful clients from Dean Waters:

I have very much enjoyed working with you all, but am taking 
another step on my career path.  As of Thursday, January 5, 
2006 I will no longer be working for Saratoga Online/Spa.Net 
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transition you can contact with either Dom or Gaby:

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dean | 16 Jul 21:12 2006
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A message to my wonderful clients from Dean Waters:

A message to my wonderful clients from Dean Waters:

I have very much enjoyed working with you all, but am taking 
another step on my career path.  As of Thursday, January 5, 
2006 I will no longer be working for Saratoga Online/Spa.Net 
and will be passing the web design baton to Gaby Shearer.  
Many of you know and have worked with her, but for those of 
you who have not, she will serve you well in the coming 
months and years.  If you have any questions about this 
transition you can contact with either Dom or Gaby:

Dom <at> spa.net
Gabys <at> spa.net

Once again, thank you for the chance to work with you on 
growing your web sites.  I'm going to miss working with you 
all!

Dean Waters

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dean | 15 Jul 21:11 2006
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A message to my wonderful clients from Dean Waters:

A message to my wonderful clients from Dean Waters:

I have very much enjoyed working with you all, but am taking 
another step on my career path.  As of Thursday, January 5, 
2006 I will no longer be working for Saratoga Online/Spa.Net 
and will be passing the web design baton to Gaby Shearer.  
Many of you know and have worked with her, but for those of 
you who have not, she will serve you well in the coming 
months and years.  If you have any questions about this 
transition you can contact with either Dom or Gaby:

Dom <at> spa.net
Gabys <at> spa.net

Once again, thank you for the chance to work with you on 
growing your web sites.  I'm going to miss working with you 
all!

Dean Waters

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Robert Blenis | 14 Jul 22:46 2006
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is server down?

I get the following error:
"Connection refused: connect (tried to connect to 213.202.216.114)"

Robert

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