Resolving SVN "Tree Conflict"

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    When doing an update in SVN, you get X tree conflict(s). There are two ways to resolve these conflicts:

    1. You can use the following command to resolve the conflict: svn resolve –accept working -R (Path)

      For more details on this, use svn resolve –help

    2. The second way to resolve the conflict is to simply revert the conflicting file(s) to the version in the code you are updating – which is probably what you were intending to do anyway, when you did SVN update. To do this, do an svn stat to see what files have a conflict (detonated by a preceding ‘C’ character). Then type svn revert (path) -R to revert that particular conflict.

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