WARNING: do not commit files that show up as "A +" in svn status

From: Edward Burns <>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2014 10:16:55 -0700

Hello Zhijun and any other open source committers we may have.

Due to a problem somewhere between Hudson and the svn repo,
files committed with status "A +" cause the hudson svn to break. You
get these "A +" files when you refactor with the IDE, or even some svn
command line manipulations. Please do an svn status before committing.
If you see an "A +" file, do svn revert on that file, and then do svn
add on the file. This changes the file to just an "A" file, which is ok
with svn/hudson.



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