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Re: access is denied, was: permission denied

From: solo turn <soloturn99_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-04-22 11:57:52 CEST

if it happens, it happens for ALL the .svn in the deleted directory, one each time.

i'll try two things:
- copy it on the same disk and remove the whole working copy with cygwin
- copy it (in this state) on another box and try the up there

i'm not too good in windows programming, but i think you should be able to print the permissions
of that directory. something like "if access denied then print permissions, print permissions of
directory where this thing is in, ...".

or could you set the loop longer/more often, as philipp suggested? why not doing a "rm -rf" on the
whole subdirectory? or throw this permission setting away? a working copy is anyway personal. if i
want to write over it i can, and if i do not, i do not have to.

do you know the cygwin-code? what is different in this code? i just know that it works on this
machine with the same directory.

dj wrote:
On Wed, 2004-04-21 at 05:42, solo turn wrote:
> sorry for confusion, the error is:
> $ svn cleanup
> svn: In directory 'proj/myproj/abc/src'
> svn: Error processing command 'delete-entry' in 'proj/myproj/abc/src'
> svn: Can't remove 'proj/myproj/abc/src/ui3/mail/.svn': Access is denied.
> but it does not say any details:
> the permissions, denied by whom, ...

Unfortunately, that's all we get from the OS. Is this repeatable once
you are into this state or does just retrying the operation work? Can
you copy the whole working copy somewhere else, retry the operation and
still get this problem?


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