Re: NTFS/RAD woes with subversion-controlled jars
Dan North <email@example.com> wrote on 08/01/2005 12:43:34 PM:
> I have a bunch of jars under version control in subversion. These are
> referenced by a number of Java and J2EE projects in RAD (Eclipse 3.0).
> Unfortunately this means I can't do a subversion update - Eclipse
> complains that the files are "in use", which means that the update
> fails, which means that I then need to shut down RAD and do a svn
> In the worst case I am seeing messages like: Can't copy
> '...\.svn\tmp\text-base\one-of-my-jars.jar.svn-base' to
> '...\.svn\tmp\text-base\one-of-my-jars.jar.4.tmp': The system cannot
> find the file specified. I have only managed to solve this by blowing
> away the checkout and start over with a fresh one.
> Is there a setting in RAD that says "copy jars out of the way to some
> cache area and leave my original ones alone stupid"?
I have never seen this. What makes the files "in-use"? Are you sure this
isn't some other problem? I think virus checkers have caused problems
like this in the past. Not necessarily for Subclipse, but Subversion in
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