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Corrupt files when quickly committing...

From: Tankko <tankko_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-30 00:38:36 CEST

I am running into a strange problem:

I am running on WinXP, with the latest versions of svn and TSVN.

I have a program that runs and creates about 100 files in the 100K
range and dumps them into a directory that is under version control.
The 100 files already exist and most will not have changed, but some

It takes about 2 seconds for the program to write out these 100 files.

The next step in my batch file is to so a "svn commit" using the
command line tool. Everything looks OK, the files that have changed
are sent to the repository with no errors.

Problems is, 1 to 5 files are corrupt.

If I don't do the "svn commit" step in the batch file and wait 10 or
20 seconds, then do the svn commit, everything is fine.

The program that creates these files isn't complaining about any files
that it can't open, close or write to.

Is this the TSVN background process messing something up?


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