When I commit I get this error from Subversion:
bash-2.05b$ svn commit -m "testing subversion, still" Adding baz svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: MKCOL of '/viper/!svn/wrk/6b9bcd38-b2fe-0310-95ff-9d1a44098866/sandboxes/ohammersmith/trunk/baz': 405 Method Not Allowed (http://svn.example.com)
This happens when you have added a directory that someone else has also added and already committed. The error message on a commit is really confusing, but if you do an
svn up instead you'll see this message:
bash-2.05b$ svn up svn: Failed to add directory 'baz': object of the same name already exists
To resolve the issue, remove your directory (or move it aside) and do an
svn update to get the version on the server and re-do your changes.
As a general rule, be sure to do
svn update since the error messages tend to be more helpful.