Keep in mind you can also use svn:ignore to specify files that should be ignored.  Once the svn:ignore properties are committed, it will take care of all clients and prevent such a mistake from happening.

On Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 8:22 AM, <> wrote:

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Yes, thank you. The problem was that some files were under version control. I
was pretty sure they wasn't. Maybe some other svn client messed up things.


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