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Re: Cleanup could not process the following paths

From: Olivier Lefevre <lefevrol_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2008 16:42:56 +0200

Hi Julian,

> I am not quite sure what you mean. Do you mean "svn" prints the message
> "Cleanup could not process the following paths" and then does not print
> a list of paths?

Tortoise SVN pops up a dialog with that message (attached) and, yes, it
provides only the path given in the cleanup command, not the path to the
problem file.

> I cannot find the message "Cleanup could not process the following
> paths" in the current trunk source code (r33237). What version are you
> using? What is the exact message, if different?

They did not say this message comes out of SVN: it is probably one of their
own error strings. What they said is that SVN does not provide an accurate
diagnostic, forcing them to post this rather uninformative message instead.

> Do you know how to produce this error on demand? If so, please let us
> know, so we can have a look at it.

It's totally reproducible: mess up the permissions of a .svn tree to keep
the SVN client (Tortoise in this case) out of it and then request a cleanup
of the directory just above that .svn tree: it will fail.

Regards,

-- O.L.

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