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Re: Problem with Tortoise on Vista

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-06-09 23:22:37 CEST

On 09/06/07, Sawan Jain <sawan.jain@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I just got my new laptop with Windows Vista Home Premium.
> 1st I installed the version version of tortoise, but it wont work
> and when I tried to get my files from repository it always gives me the
> error of this error.
> "Error: Can't create directory
> 'C:\Projects\xProj\Subversion\Docs\_svn': Cannot create a
> file when that file already exists."
> Then I installed the latest version of it but still getting the same error.
> somehow i copied the files from other computer and when i tried to update
> or commit the file, I got this error
> Error: Can't move
> 'C:\Projects\xProj\Subversion\Documentation\20 Analysis\2.5
> Detailed Requirement\Docname.doc.2.r4429.tmp' to
> 'C:\Projects\iLien Law Firm\Subversion\Documentation\20
> Analysis\2.5 Detailed
> Error: Requirement\Docname.doc.2.r4429': Access is denied.
> I'm not able to figure out how to resolve this. also i noticed one thing
> that subversion folder name structure is changed from .svn to _svn. it tried
> to change it from settings as well bu my bad, no luck.
> I'm sticked with this problem and not able to move my work ahead.
> I really appreciate your help in this regard.

Search the FAQ:
Vista issues: http://tortoisesvn.net/node/269
.svn/_svn: http://tortoisesvn.net/aspdotnethack

The access denied error could be a genuine access problem - check that
- or if it happens randomly it could be a virus scanner holding files


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