On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 7:41 AM, Iv Ray <pobox_at_verysmall.org> wrote:
> On 02.02.2009, at 15:54, Mark Phippard wrote:
>> On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 9:46 AM, Iv Ray <pobox_at_verysmall.org> wrote:
>>> I have been using Subclipse without problems for years.
>>> Since I switched to a Mac, I cannot work with Subclipse on NFS.
>>> The problem is that Subclipse seems to create files, it cannot read.
>>> The error it returns is -
>>> svn: Can't move '/.../.../.../.svn/tmp/entries' to
>>> entries': Operation not permitted
>>> I tried it at least on two NFS systems (Samba on Linux and FreeBSD)
>>> and both exhibit the same problem.
>>> Looking deeper, I noticed, that the file "entries" is created without
>>> write permissions for the user who created it -
>>> $ ls -la
>>> total 32
>>> drwxr-xr-x 6 iraytchev users 4096 2009-02-02 15:33 .
>>> drwxr-xr-x 3 iraytchev users 4096 2009-02-02 15:26 ..
>>> -r-xr--r-- 1 iraytchev users 205 2009-02-02 15:23 entries
>>> -r-xr--r-- 1 iraytchev users 2 2009-02-02 15:23 format
>>> drwxr-xr-x 2 iraytchev users 4096 2009-02-02 15:23 prop-base
>>> drwxr-xr-x 2 iraytchev users 4096 2009-02-02 15:23 props
>>> drwxr-xr-x 2 iraytchev users 4096 2009-02-02 15:23 text-base
>>> drwxr-xr-x 5 iraytchev users 4096 2009-02-02 15:33 tmp
>>> Subclipse, running in a Windows virtual machine running on the same
>>> Mac, and accessing the same network shares, does not have this
>>> Has somebody experienced this, and do you know how it can be fixed?
>> Subclipse does not read or write the files in your working copy from
>> our code. We call Subversion API's. There are two possible providers
>> of the API, JavaHL or SVNKit. My guess is that you are using SVNKit
>> on OSX. In which case, I'd suggest you try JavaHL. See:
>> If this solves your problem, please report the issue to
>> support_at_svnkit.com so that they can make a fix to their library.
>> If possible, I recommend users use JavaHL for maximum compatibility
>> with the Subversion command line behavior.
> Hi Mark,
> Following your advice I tried both with JavaHL and with SVNKit and I
> got the same result.
> I'll submit our thread to the e-mail address of SVNKit you gave me.
> Do you have any other suggestion?
I am not a Unix expert at all but could it have something to do with
the NFS mount settings on your OSX client? Also, I have no idea what
this is, but I've seen people talk about something called umask?
before. Could it be a problem with something like that?
If you successfully got JavaHL installed and working and you are
having the problem, my guess is that it is something outside of
Subversion that is causing this.
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Received on 2009-02-03 14:21:28 CET