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Re: permission denied on windows

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-04-23 02:39:17 CEST

solo turn wrote:

>i have currently a working copy where i get this error. i just get it for .svn directories in the
>directory which should be deleted.
>we do not have a windows c compiler. could somebody pls put more information on the error message
>and post an url where to download the debug enhanced svn? it should then say what the real problem
>is. (am i allowed to put brane in the cc?
Did you get the release form E2143 stamped in quadruplicate? :-)

> a year ago or so brane helped us with the network
>timeout problem, which disappeared after his intervention ...).
Um. This might give people the wrong impression that I do magic
dissapearance acts...

>what i'm still wondering:
>- no reboot is necessary
>- no explorer problem
>- no cygwin problem
> i.e. rm -rf svn-working-copy works
> and deletes everything and does
> not ask questions.
>how should the source code for deleting something from bash with cygwin.dll be different from svn
>source code? i never read something that cygwin translates the "force delete" with a loop of
>delete windows system calls.
>and sometimes people are saying "sharing violation, other process, virus scan". no, it is
>definitly NOT a sharing violoation outside of subversion. i.e. i can do:
>1. svn up
> --> error
>2. delete with bash, rm -rf
> --> no error
>3. svn up
> --> error
>and, it is not a file in the .svn directory. it is empty after the error.
This definitely looks like a different bug from the others we've seen.
Do you know how to "create" such a working copy? As always, exact
transcripts are needed (for the whole repro, if possible; if not, then
at least for the steps you show above). Also a zipped up WC, if you can
provide it.

-- Brane

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