I have tried completely deleting the client-side directory and forcing a full update and the problem still comes up. I have also tried a fresh checkout and it gives the same result.
I'm not running any virus checkers. :-(
Is there any way to directly modify the repository to remove this bad entry? I'd even be fine to just completely remove the last commit, if that was possible.
Andy Levy <email@example.com> wrote:
On 6/2/07, Philip TruelyUnknown
> I had a tech writer add a large number of files to the repository (not sure
> exactly, probably 300 or more). He didn't report any problems doing the
> commit, but when we try to update now we get the following error:
> Error: Can't copy
> to 'C:\xxx\yyy\_svn\tmp\createreport_links.htm.tmp.tmp':
> The system cannot find the file specified.
> I have upgraded to the newest Subversion version (1.4.3), cleaned, deleted
> the local files and re-updated, and I always get back to this error. Any
> idea what I can do to get around this?
Might you have 2 files in the same directory with the same name,
differing only in case?
Do you have an on-access virus scanner running, and can you disable it
or tell it to ignore .svn directories?
Can you check out a fresh working copy from the same URL?
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Received on Sun Jun 3 19:58:01 2007