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Ever since 11.1 (introducing SVN 1.7 support, with newer SVNKit versions, ...) there have been so many issues [1] that it's hard to keep working.The incidents of corrupted working copies (causing huge loss of time) and threading-issues just make it almost unusable.Everything looked fine while the changes / deltas were being transmitted, but just when the server supposed to ACK all those changes, I have received the following error: I have never received this error before, but I suspected this might be related to some weird consistency issues I saw when I was originally adding new website files and removing old ones.

This was weird, because This resolved the issue and this time I have received no errors while transferring the deltas.

I’m still not exactly sure what caused this issue (there was obviously an inconsistency between a local and a remote state), but I was at least happy I have resolved it and I don’t need to deal with svn anymore.

A couple of days ago, I started working on migrating a new Libcloud website to our Apache SVN website repository.

During this migration, I made a bunch of commits to the SVN repository.

Axure RP will then add a directory beneath that one with the project name.

For example, if you specify a team directory location of If your team project is located on a network drive, see if you can browse to the team directory using your file browser (File Explorer or Finder).It looked like I was either being redirected to the same SVN server again or all the changes have now been fully replicated to the other server (citation needed, I’m not actually 100% sure that current replication is asynchronous and not synchronous). After I have received this error message, I have tried a couple of things: directories) after trying #2 and #3 I have received the same error during the commit phase.At this point, I ran out of the ideas and I didn’t want to bug the ASF infrastructure team just yet, so I have tried Googling around for a solution.This is very sad, knowing that the Apache Subversion project has released 1.7 almost 1 year ago (October 2011), with very nice improvements like the much faster new working copy format, and IDEA still hasn't gotten proper SVN 1.7 support (and in the meantime it has destabilized SVN support in general, also for 1.6 working copies).When SVN 1.8 gets released in a couple of months, will IDEA have decent SVN 1.7 support by then?If you’re using an SVN server instead of a network drive, try navigating to the team directory using your web browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc.).