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[Subclipse-users] Re: Spaces in file/directory names issue

From: Bram Vromans <bvrom_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-09-28 15:13:46 CEST

Hi there,

My second problem mentioned below seems to be partly
resolved. When I renamed the folder that was visible
(unchanged) in my Project Explorer I got the following
message in my console:

Problem on first log entry in a working copy
svn: In directory
svn: Error processing command 'modify-entry' in
svn: Error modifying entry for 'subversion_test'
Unmergeable scheduling requested on an entry
svn: 'subversion_test' is not under version control

And then the renamed entry shows with a (+) in my
project explorer. Renaming it back to its original
name though gives:

Problems encountered while moving resources.
Attempted to lock an already-locked dir
svn: Working copy
'D:\eclipse\projects\ParkMobile\apps' locked

Attempted to lock an already-locked dir
svn: Working copy
'D:\eclipse\projects\ParkMobile\apps' locked

and in the console:
delete --force
    Attempted to lock an already-locked dir
svn: Working copy
'D:\eclipse\projects\ParkMobile\apps' locked

I'm starting to get the impression that somehow
something is wrong with my working copy. I will try to
check out the project again from Subversion as a new
project and see if problems persist.

kind regards,

--- Bram Vromans <bvrom@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi there,
> I have ran into an issue that could be a Subclipse /
> Eclipse problem. When I compare my project against
> the
> repository (right-click on the project -> compare
> with
> -> base revision) it shows differences that
> shouldn't
> be there since they have not been edited in the
> working copy. As a result of the compare I get the
> normal "structure compare" overview but every file
> and
> directory with spaces in them is listed as a
> difference between the workspace and the repository.
> The difference seems to have to do with the space
> character, that is compared to a %20 escape
> sequence.
> E.g.
> + 0.1 (onbekend)
> - 0.1%20(onbekend)
> (I am willing to attach screenshots, but I don't
> know
> if that is the way to go on this mailing list).
> I don't know where this %20 comes from. It is not
> visible when I browse in my working copy with
> Windows
> Explorer or type dir in a dos box. It is also not
> visible when I browse the repository using the "SVN
> Repository Exploring". When I do commit to get rid
> of
> the changes, none of these files show under "Checked
> resources will be committed to SVN version control".
> Instead it shows only the repository root folder as
> "modified".
> In the project explorer, the files and directories
> with spaces look normal and unchanged, i.e. they
> don't
> get an asterisk.
> Another problem now is that I just copied a
> directory
> in my project explorer. It has been committed
> afterwards but doesn't show in the "SVN Repository
> Exploring" but does look unchanged (and not added,
> i.e. no "+") in the project explorer. I have no idea
> whether this is related to the issue mentioned above
> though.
> Any idea what's going on here? Googling for several
> hours got me nowhere (and it doesn't help that
> Google
> ignores the % character here ;-)
> I have been using this setup (Eclipse 3.2, later
> 3.3.0
> with Subclipse 1.2.3 and svn server 1.4.2 (r22196))
> successfully every day in the last half year
> (totalling 175 commits) on a previous project and
> never ran into problems, but that project did not
> have
> file names with spaces in them. One thing I have
> changed rather recently is that I shifted my
> workspace
> from an M:\ (network) drive to my local D:\
> harddisk.
> (I ran checkdisk on this partition and it doesn't
> give
> any errors).
> Versions I am using:
> - Windows XP SP2, up to date with all windows
> updates.
> - We use the svn:// protocol.
> - In Eclipse I am using an XML perspective to list
> my
> projects.
> - Was using Eclipse 3.3.0, upgrading to Eclipse
> 3.3.1
> didn't help solving the above problem.
> - We ran Subclipse 1.2.3, but upgrading to 1.2.4
> didn't help solving the above problem.
> - Our Subversion server version is 1.4.2 (r22196).
> kind regards,
> Bram
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