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Re: assertion failure whilst copying a directory

From: Dylan Cuthbert <dylan_at_q-games.com>
Date: 2002-09-06 14:41:04 CEST

> Dylan,
> Can you provide more information? The most helpful thing you can do in
> a situation like this is to post a nice reproduction recipe showing
> exactly what you did, from soup to nuts, to cause the
> problem. Something like this:
> -Fitz

Sorry about that, I've only been using svn a few days, I'll try and record
what I'm doing to help you.

I suppose what I was saying is that's really *all* I have been doing, just
svn cp'ying and svn rm'ing, checking out and committing (and only
directories), and only 1 or 2 steps before hitting these snags.

Oddly enough, I don't seem to have had any more of these problems since
doing a chgrp -R apache2 and a chmod -R g+w apache2 on the linux-box's svn
directory. I thought just having the user apache2 enabled for read and
writing would be enough but maybe not? (I had already double-checked this
and the permissions were ok)


Q-Games, Dylan Cuthbert.
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