SVN commit

Asked by Keith Wood on 2012-02-02

I have created a local branch/repo of a remote SVN repository. I have then created another branch to do my work in.

When I try to commit this other branch I get the following error:

Run command: bzr commit -m tert ProjTest/Class1.cs
bzr: ERROR: Cannot commit to branch BzrBranch7(file:///C:/My%20Bzr/sd1/). It is bound to BzrBranch7(file:///C:/My%20Bzr/Test/), which is bound to svn://server/test.

I am using Windows 7 (32 bit) and TortoiseBzr/Bazaar Explorer.

Any help would be welcome :-)

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2012-02-02
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2012-02-08
Martin Pool (mbp) said : #1

Hi,

It looks like you have created a branch that's bound to your svn checkout. You need to make a new branch, not a new checkout.

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