In running a "git upci" on a particular file, it has been updated in
the svn repository but not yet picked up by the git svn "fetch"
repository or put into the git repository.
Running git upci (update-ref and dcommit) I get an error message from
Commiting to svn repo/README.txt
Merge conflict during commit: File or directory 'README.txt is out of
date; try updating: The version resource does not correspond to the
resource within the transaction ...
I had updated the file with a git pull and the automerge was
successful. I have identified the lines that were changed within svn
and also the lines committed from within git. What do I do now?
Should I issue a git push from my local git to the git repository
followed bu a git svn dcommit and then a git svn rebase and git push
from the fetch repository?
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