On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 15:20, Fredrik Svensson <fresv895_at_student.liu.se> wrote:
> I was checking out a big repository today. In the middle of the
> process I got tired and pressed "Cancel". Then I was not able to do an
> update again until I've made a "Clean up". Also note that the "Clean
> up" had to be made on the root directory, the sub directory that I was
> updating at first was not enough.
> Then I wanted to check out just parts of the code so I used the
> "Choose items" button, also tried different recursion depths as I did
> with the old versions, but it fails. For example, I was updating (full
> recursive) C:\Subversion\MyDir\, when trying to get some items, or
> just immediate children, of C:\Subversion\MyDir\XXX, it fails blaming
> that C:\Subversion\MyDir\XXX\YYY does not exist. Note that I didn't
> want to get C:\Subversion\MyDir\XXX\YYY, but rather
> At last, I an assertion failed during the following process:
> * Update (Full recursive) of C:\Subversion\MyDir\
> * Abort (C:\Subversion\MyDir\XXX\YYY was created but not fully updated)
> * Clean up C:\Subversion\
> * Update immediate children C:\Subversion\MyDir\
> Log window output:
> Updating C:\Subversion\MyDir\
> Skipped obstructing working copy C:\Subversion\MyDir\XXX\YYY
> line 1582: assertion failed (action == svn_wc_conflict_action_edit ||
> action == svn_wc_conflict_action_delete || action ==
> I'm using TortoiseSVN-1.7.0-RC1-win32-svn-1.7.0-dev on my Windows XP
> 32-bit machine.
Is that the latest build? The Subversion guys released RC4 earlier
today, so you may be a build or two behind on Tortoise.
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Received on 2011-09-28 22:44:11 CEST