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Re: Problems with SVN Windows Client

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2002-05-14 22:57:02 CEST

Michael Tanaka at Home <scatterbrain@scatterbrain.co.uk> writes:

> I'm currently testing/using a SVN windows client from the precompiled binary
> r1868, against a repository on a Linux SVN server built on 29th April 2002.
> I'm forcing a conflict by checking-out/changing/committing with another
> Linux SVN client before updating the modified working copy from the windows
> client and on updating the windows working copy get the error:
> ----start----
> svn_error: #21041 : <Problem running log>
> in directory wc1/Perl/samplefilesandscript
> svn_error: #21041 : <Problem running log>
> start_handler: error processing command 'merge' in
> wc1/Perl/samplefilesandscript
> svn_error: #21083 : <Error calling external program>
> svn_wc_merge<> returned an unexpected error
> svn_error: #21083 : <Error calling external program>
> Error running c:\progra~1\cygnus\cygwin\bin\diff3.exe: exitcode was 2,
> args were:
> in directory wc1/Perl/samplefilesandscript, basenames:
> filetransfer.pl.62724.00001.tmp
> filetransfer.pl.62616.00001.tmp
> filetransfer.pl.62620.00001.tmp
> ----end----

Well, this has failed because the external diff3 program has returned
the value 2. According to the Linux manpage

       An exit status of 0 means diff3 was successful, 1 means
       some conflicts were found, and 2 means trouble.

Can you get diff3 to work from the windows command line?

> Reversing the process so the Linux SVN client gets the conflict and has to
> be updated seems to go without a hitch so this leads me to believe something
> is wrong in my windows set-up.
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
> Also, after making some unrelated (or I think should be unrelated) changes
> and trying again to update the windows client I get the following error:
> ----start----
> svn_error: #21038 : <Attempting to lock an already-locked dir>
> working copy locked: wc1/Perl/samplefilesandscript
> ----end----
> Should I be worried about this? I don't feel as concerned about this error
> as I realise the previous process aborted prematurely and should not be a
> running error (big assumption on my part).

The 'svn cleanup' command is available to clean up locks, etc.

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Received on Tue May 14 22:58:03 2002

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