File or directory is out of date try updating
4) now I copy across a new file which is present in all of the 3 directories.
I just want to overwrite the with a newer version of that file. But in all the other situations I receive always the following error: [exec] Sending _composer5\pvmeta\pv50\[exec] svn: Commit failed (details follow): [exec] svn: File or directory 'version.txt' is out of date; try updating [exec] svn: The version resource does not correspond to the resource within the transaction.
Usually missing info on this is benign as leap seconds are only sparsely added or subtracted from the time.
Even if they do, your typical dataset would not be affected by much, remember that your typical averaging time of visibilities likely exceeds that second (the impact can be more important for VLBI, high time resolution or extremely precise spectroscopic or astrometric data).
[echo] Overwrite new in pvmeta kernel directories...
SEVERE gaincal:: Meas Table::d UTC(Double) (file measures/Measures/Meas Table.cc, line 6307Leap second table TAI_UTC seems out-of-date.
When the users try to commit its giving the below error svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: Your file or directory 'CBSDemo.java' is probably out-of-date svn: resource out of date; try updating Can any one help me out.
The first seven columns in the output are each one character wide, and each column gives you information about a different aspect of each working copy item.
SEVERE gaincal:: Meas Table::d UTC(Double) (file measures/Measures/Meas Table.cc, line 6307) Until table is updated (see aips manager) times and coordinates SEVERE gaincal:: Meas Table::d UTC(Double) (file measures/Measures/Meas Table.cc, line 6307) derived from UTC could be wrong by 1s or more.
Leap seconds are inserted when needed by the Bureau International de l'Heure (BIH) based on geodetic data.
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