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RE: Re: Can't open file caused by file replication?

From: Lucien Okkes <l.okkes_at_tennet.org>
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2010 06:41:45 -0700 (PDT)

> On 11.03.2010 09:54, Lucien Okkes wrote:
>
> >
> > Stefan, thanks for your suggestions. We have tested the replication
> > of empty files and this works ok. The file that can't be opened has
> > an unique filename.
> >
> > We noticed that the missing file is located in the \.svn\ directory
> > (see attachment in first post). The developers stated that the error
> > is always related to files in a .svn directory. Does this ring a
> > bell?
>
> The .svn dirs are marked as system folders and are therefore usually
> hidden. Maybe your replication has problems with those?
> Or the ACLs are not copied properly?
>
> Stefan
>
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The replication has no problems with hidden files, system directories or ACLs.

Today we encountered the same error. This time I have more detailed information.
Developer 1 and developer 2 both have a working copy of the project. Developer 1 made some changes and commits. Developer 2 tries to update the working copy but walks into the "can't open file" error (see attachment). The missing file is available in the working copy of developer 1, but not in the working copy of developer 2. After deleting the complete subdirectory "backing" and its contents in the working copy of developer 2 an update works fine.

Any suggestions?

Received on 2010-03-24 14:41:51 CET

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