It would be incredibly helpful if svn printed out the path it didn't
From: Bob Archer [mailto:Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2010 3:45 PM
To: Brown, Beverly; users_at_subversion.apache.org
Subject: RE: "Unreadable path encountered" running svn merge
> I am trying to use the svn merge tracking in the SVN 1.6.11 client
> is running 1.6.4).
> I am getting this error when I try to reintegrate back into my trunk:
> svn: Unreadable path encountered; access denied
You're not using a sparse checkout of your trunk are you?
Are there paths that you don't have access to in your repository?
> I can do any other type of merge with no problem, just the
> giving me this problem.
> Here is the sequence of commands I ran. My working copy was originally
> checked out from ^/project1/trunk.
> cd working_copy
> svn copy ^/project1/trunk ^/project1/branches/bugfix
> svn switch ^/project1/branches/bugfix
> <edit some files>
> svn commit -m "message"
> svn merge ^/project1/trunk
> <note: no files needed merging - no changes had been done on the trunk
> since the copy>
> svn switch ^/project1/trunk
> svn merge -reintegrate ^/project1/branches/bugfix .
> Any idea what's causing this problem with -reintegrate?
> Beverly Brown
Received on 2010-05-19 21:58:21 CEST