Johan Corveleyn <jcorvel <at> gmail.com> writes:
> 'svn cleanup' removes any working copy locks, and runs whatever is
> left in the work_queue, thereby returning the working copy to a valid
> BTW, the work of moving the file into place has some sort of
> "retry-loop", where it keeps retrying for a couple of seconds (to
> account for anti-virus scanners and such, where the file is locked for
> only a short time). But it can't keep waiting forever, so if the file
> is locked for a long time, "update" will have to give up.
One thing which could help in this case, rather than just retrying for N seconds
would be to provide a callback function so that a GUI client like TSVN could
display a message saying that file X is already open, giving you a chance to
close it and retry the operation.
Received on 2012-06-16 23:05:42 CEST