It seems that I was doing something wrong whenever I invoked the Perl script.
Now, I am dealing with:
- Windows paths that contain spaces. That I've finally fixed!
- There's a bug whenever a --file is given. That I'm still trying to check where it happens.
Thanks for your help.
> On Tue, 2 Dec 2008, dario.borreguero_at_gmail.com wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I've encountered with the same problem, but I've not been able to
> > solve yet. And I've also seen in a later post that you solved it.
> > I'm using ActivePerl 220.127.116.114 relase in Windows 2000. Is it related
> > with that release? Should I do something else to configure extra
> > modules?
> > I'm afraid the problem is related to File::Temp module. But I am not
> > be able to find the solution so far.
> there was another issue i had to work around as well -- that /tmp on
> the system i was on was ridiculously small and filled up quickly,
> causing the svncopy.pl to fail. that was solved by pointing the
> script at a personal ~/tmp directory. that might be what's happening
> here, so check the current free space in /tmp.
> Robert P. J. Day
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