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Re: Is Subversion on Cygwin stable?

From: Lieven Govaerts <lgo_at_mobsol.be>
Date: 2005-09-05 12:25:34 CEST

Developers here are asked to disable their virus checkers on the working
copies. I'm not sure if the one with the problem report has followed this
rule however, will check it later.

I'll try to get some more specific input on this issues the next time I
encounter them. Concering the issue with svn_upload_dirs.pl I posted a
Message a few minutes ago with the description of the problem and a patch.
This might not be related to Cygwin.

Concerning the other problem:

>> 3. A commit of a merge ( repo of 15000 files, some 300 changed ) will
>> fail in 50% of the time. 50% means, we always have to do the commit
>> twice.
>> We detected two types of issues here:
>> - Subversion Permission denied moving .svn/tmp/entries to .svn/entries
>> This has been discussed on the dev list on 08/30.
>I'd noticed that thread - did anyone confirm/deny the hypothesis that this
> was caused by using both a native windows and a cygwin subversion client on
> same working copy?

Nobody asked me that question before, but yes, these working copies are used
both in normal windows ( TortoiseSVN ) & cygwin environment. I wasn't aware that
can cause problems? They are never used at the same time though, because
the merge scripts are only used by dedicated people.


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