Pending changes without checkin trigger?

I have a project that is a copy of a working project, with only the subversion url changed

The original project works normally . The copy continually accumulates 'pending changes' when there are no commits.

While it is trivial to remove and recreate the project, I'm looking for
1) a simple way to wipe out the pending changes
2) Some things to check about the project configuration

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Hello Dave,

what changes are being accumulating?
Is it the same changes or different? What svn url are they from?

1) a simple way to wipe out the pending changes

To delete them from database only

2) Some things to check about the project configuration [why is it
looping?]

We had the similar problem with looping change when there was 'invalid'
revision in svn repository (by some date it returned revision with different
date). We just added fake change in that svn folder and problem was fixed.
You could try to do the same.
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"Dave Levitt" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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>I have a project that is a copy of a working project, with only the
>subversion url changed
>

The original project works normally .
The copy continually accumulates 'pending changes' when there are no
commits.

>

While it is trivial to remove and recreate the project, I'm looking for
1) a simple way to wipe out the pending changes
2) Some things to check about the project configuration [why is it
looping?]



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