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Re: Open file handles of TSVNCache prevent deletion of directories

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-22 17:54:14 CEST

Simon.Lux@etas.de wrote:

> That's ok for the root directory but not for subdirectories with no SVN
> files at all.

Ok, then how would you catch if someone checked out a new working copy
there? If it's done with TSVN, we could use inter process communication
to tell the cache about it. But what if someone uses another Subversion
client? The cache has to monitor everything, even if there is no working
copy there yet.

> My current use case is a build process which deletes some directories
> before rebuilding the application.
> The open file handles to the subdirectories let the build process fail.

Then exclude those directories in the settings dialog (the exclude
patterns for the overlays affect the cache too).


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