Commit failed in Eclipse
I am trying to commit one java file in Eclipse Juno Service Release 2 using SVN
When I do Team/Commit on the file I get the following.
- how to access subversion server remotely
- Recover svn from directory backup after server failure
- Post-Commit Hook to trigger automatic Jenkins Build
- AnkhSVN Commits Are Very Slow
- SVN Multiple Branch Tagging
- Migrating Visual SVN Server from one Windows install to another
Some of selected resources were not committed. Some of selected resources were not committed. svn: E155011: Commit failed (details follow): svn: E155011: Commit failed (details follow): svn: E155011: File 'C:\Users\...\workspace\...\src\com\MyCode.java' is out of date
When I try and do Team/Update – whether on the file or the folder or the project, I get
Some resources were not updated. svn: E175002: chunked stream ended unexpectedly svn: E175002: REPORT request failed on '/svn/project/!svn/vcc/default'
I have tried
- Restarting Visual SVN Server
- Deleting the .java file and then adding it again
- Renaming the .java file, and then renaming it back
- Updating the Eclipse and SVN software, and trying again
- Team/Revert, Team/Update, making changes, Team/Commit
Can anyone help? (all other files/folders etc. work fine)
PS This question was copied from https://superuser.com/questions/585724/commit-failed-in-eclipse
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You could also just create another workspace, create a new subversion project and download the entire code base from subversion to this new workspace. Then hand copy the .java file over to the new workspace and try to check in. If it works abandon your old workspace.
you should try a team/cleanup
In eclipse rt click the top level folder
click team -> cleanup
You probably have some .svn file lock you don’t know about.
Another option would be to use the tortoise svn windows plugin if you have it.
tortoise svn download site
This integrates great with windows and avoids eclipse subversion plugin problems. I have found it to be a nice backup when eclipse acts up.
I had the same issue,
For one folder I couldn’t commit the files.
I checked each file and could find that the problem is happening with one file, that I deleted already.
I went to the directory where the deleted file is and opened the entry file in the .svn folder within that directory.
I could see there was an entry for the deleted file and I deleted this entry and saved the file.
All works fine after.
So it will be better check in each individual file and find the one that causing this issue, then correct the entry or delete this file and recreate it.
spartikus’ answer should be marked as the answer.
I experienced the same commit failed message. I had TortoiseSVN installed previously, but started using Eclipse’s Subversive plugin. In most cases it works fine, but I’ve run into issues like this where Tortoise is a good backup and solution.
After installing TortoiseSVN, you’ll see these icons beside all your SVN files and folders.
Tortoise Status Icons
To resolve your issue, open the location of your project folder inside Windows Explorer. Select/Highlight the files that need to be committed, right click ‘SVN Commit’, enter your commit message and click OK.
go to team synchronizing view of eclipse > right click on project > Local >cleanup should resolved this issue otherwise create a new work space
Commit through TortoiseSVN, it will suggest you to do an update, and then you will be able to commit