The past negator neva conflates the categories PST and NEG. As a result, it does not cooccur with wehn which ist ANT. It probably cannot cooccur with the completive marker don, either. At least no such examples occur in my data.
I have decided to call neva a PST, not ANT, negator, because this indeed seems the meaning (see Example 112).
In an appropriate context, no can likewise be used to negate past actions, usually with an aspectual value of relevance for the present (a perfective reading; see Example 113).
Source: Bartens 2003: 101