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Re: [TSVN] tsvncache

From: Stefan KŁng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-22 14:22:23 CEST

On 8/22/05, Tomas Vanderka <vanto@ynet.sk> wrote:
> Hello,
> tsvncache ends in infinite loop if there's a recursive directory link.
> My situation:
> svn working dir is on a linux box, sources contain some recursive
> symbolic links to the same directory (like aaaa -> ./)
> When I access that working copy from windows machine (shared with samba)
> TSVNCache just falls to infinite loop on the first link. Then your
> computer, network and samba server are almost unusable.
> I had to delete TSVNCache to actually use TSVN.

That's not only a problem of TSVNCache. Just right-click on a folder
which has such links and open the explorer property dialog. Windows
itself will recurse indefinitely when trying to find the total amount
of bytes the folder uses.

So you just should *never* access a working copy checked out *on* a
linux machine from windows. Check out your own working copy on windows


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