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Re: [Subclipse-users] ClientException while moving resources

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-09 02:25:35 CEST

<refactor77-misc@yahoo.com> wrote on 08/08/2006 05:21:59 PM:

> org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: The system cannot find
> file specified.
> svn: Can't remove 'C:\Workspaces\POM_Conversion\system-enterprise-
> messaging\src\main\java\com\cerner\system\enterprise\messaging\.
> svn\tmp\MessagingException.java.tmp.tmp'
> svn: Can't remove file 'C:\Workspaces\POM_Conversion\system-enterprise-
> messaging\src\main\java\com\cerner\system\enterprise\messaging\.
> svn\tmp\MessagingException.java.tmp.tmp': The system cannot find the
file specified.
> Steps to recreate:
> - Check out a project that is already under SVN
> - Create a new folder under a folder that is already under SVN
> - Move resources that are under SVN to that new sub-folder
> If I had to guess, I'd say this error is happening about 5%-10% of the
> I perform this particular operation. I am doing a lot of refactoring
> so I have seen it quite a few times. If I go to commit this project
after I
> think I have everything moved around I get some weird locking error.
> If I delete the project from my workspace, including its SVN metadata,
> it out again and perform the exact same refactoring, it is usually fine.
> It behaves like there's a timing issue with what's going on in the
> system. Anyone else seen this?

This is usually caused by an Anti-Virus or similar type program that sees
the creation of a file and steps in to look at it, locking the file in the
process. Which adapter are you using? I know that JavaSVN was sensitive
to this at one time, but I thought JavaHL had worked it out.


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