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I have a visual studio project that creates log xml files.  Some are edited, and many are added.   Each time I try to commit these changes to SVN I have all sorts of issues.  I have tried update, cleanup, and all other options that tortious has.  I don't want to mess with it each time I want to check these heavily edited files in.  How can I override everything and just force the server to accept what I have as correct and not give me other errors.

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Sounds like your checkout weren't up to date. Does someone concurrently work with the same files? Do you really need such log files in version control at all? If not, you should remove them from SVN and add them to .svnignore
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