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Re: [TSVN] Directory move problem.

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-12-18 17:38:18 CET

Steve wrote:
>>This is Subversion doing the moving wrong. I just reported it on the
>>Subversion dev mailing list, with a detailed reproduction recipe using
>>the command line client.
>>I'm not sure if it's really a bug, but at least an unexpected behaviour.
>>Let's wait a little for the Subversion devs to answer...
> Okay, hopefully something turns up soon. Also, any thoughts on my other
> question about the KILLME file? I saw a post from you to one of the SVN
> lists earlier this year about it, but couldn't tell if there was any
> resolution.

Delete the KILLME file manually and the try the cleanup again. My guess
is that some stupid virus scanner is locking the files so Subversion
can't access its own files anymore (Check our FAQ to find out which
scanners are stupid and which ones are created by intelligent people).
After that, throw out you virus scanner and install one that works, or
try to configure your scanner so that it doesn't touch files inside an
.svn folder anymore.


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Received on Sat Dec 18 17:39:05 2004

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