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Re: [Subclipse-users] ClientException while moving resources

From: <refactor77-misc_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-09 16:45:39 CEST

I'm using JavaHL. I can try it with JavaSVN if it helps troubleshoot. This may be anecdotal, but the last time it happened I noticed that the SVN icon decorations were displayed in the resource view prior to the Eclipse "Progress Information" window being displayed. Usually, the icons don't update until after that information window has closed.

Mark Phippard <markp@softlanding.com> wrote: 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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