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Re: [TSVN] Problem with Lock on a deleted file

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-11 12:56:07 CEST

On 8/11/05, Schmidt, Maik <Maik.Schmidt@mahr.de> wrote:

> There is one of the files VC++ generates during the build process -
> "something.ilk". He has first managed to add this stupid file to the
> repository, then delete this file during revision number 362 BUT the file
> seems to have still a lock onto itself. When I tried to delete some
> directories of the project from our repository which I do not wanted to be
> under version management INCLUDING the folder this file is in I got the
> following error:
> -------------------------
> Deleting: C:\localfolder\PATH1\Debug
> Error: Übertragen fehlgeschlagen (Details folgen):
> Error: Kann Sperre für Pfad '/head
> revision/projectpath/toolpath/PATH1/Debug/converter.ilk'
> Error: nicht prüfen; keine entsprechende Sperrmarke verfügbar
> Error: If you want to break the lock, use the "Check For Modifications"
> dialog.
> -------------------------

Seems you have removed the file without it being removed from the repository!
Use the repository browser to see if that file is still there.

> I set the language to English, but somehow the error message was still
> presented in German mostly. The translation must be something like this:

The Subversion API uses gettext for translation, and that always uses
the current user locale to find out which language to use. TSVN can't
really change that.


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Received on Thu Aug 11 12:56:47 2005

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