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Re: Handle missing svn/.tmp gracefully

From: Gili <cowwoc_at_bbs.darktech.org>
Date: 2006-02-21 08:39:09 CET

Stefan K√ľng <tortoisesvn@...> writes:

> Gili wrote:
> >
> > TortoiseSVN should handle missing svn/.tmp directories more
> > gracefully (recreate them quietly). See
> > http://svn.haxx.se/users/archive-2004-12/0358.shtml for some background.
> >
> > Can we fix this?
> I don't know if *you* can fix this, I only know that I can't.
> Everything inside the .svn dirs is Subversions territory, not TSVN's.
> And what do you mean by "fix" this? It's not TSVN or Subversion that's
> broken, but you didn't copy the working copy completely! Imagine the
> answer from Microsoft if you would ask them to provide a workaround if
> you copy only half of each word document and cut the second half off.
> If you now think that's not the same, think again - you actually
> *removed* a vital part of Subversions *internal* data structure (doesn't
> matter if you think an empty folder is useless).
> Stefan


   I should clarify I never copied any directories around nor removed "svn/.tmp"
-- All I know is that every couple of weeks, I begin getting errors from TSVN
about these directories being missing and I am forced to re-checkout the
directory from the repository. Something is removing these directories but I
highly doubt it is the users. Is there a reason you couldn't just create
svn/.tmp if it is missing? Isn't this directory simply a temporary working
space? If not, please elaborate on what it's used for.


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