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Re: win32 'file not found' update error

From: Ben Reser <ben_at_reser.org>
Date: 2004-09-11 01:51:22 CEST

On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 10:26:44AM +0000, Stein Roger Skafløtten wrote:
> While I don't have time to create a more detailed recipe ATM, I find
> reproducing the bug very easy.
> It is important that you have many files in each sub directory so you are
> able to CTRL+C in the middle of a subdirectory beeing added to path\to\base.
> That is:
> svn up .
> adding ...\path\to\base\a
> adding ...\path\to\base\a\file1.txt
> adding ...\path\to\base\a\file2.txt
> adding ...\path\to\base\a\file3.txt
> adding ...\path\to\base\a\file4.txt
> - CTRL+C before all files in 'a' is added -
> Now I get the error when updating \path\to\base using the absolute path
> This works consistenly under Linux and Win32 using svn 1.0.6.

I still can't reproduce it.

$ svn co http://localhost/test-repo wc
$ svn co http://localhost/test-repo wc2
$ cd wc
$ mkdir a
$ cd a
$ perl -e 'foreach my $filename (aaa .. ccc) { open FOO, ">$filename"; close FOO; }'
$ cd ..
$ svn add a
$ svn commit -m 'adding a'
$ cd ../wc2
$ svn up
(ctrl C part way through)
$ cd /
$ svn up /absolute/path/to/wc2

Updates normally.

I tried it with file:// and http://

Please provide the *EXACT* instructions to reproduce. If you don't do
it soon this will not get fixed before 1.1.0.

Ben Reser <ben@reser.org>
"Conscience is the inner voice which warns us somebody may be looking."
- H.L. Mencken
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