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Re: TSVNCache.exe opens filehandles

From: Dave Lawrence <dlawrence_at_ad-holdings.co.uk>
Date: 2006-07-20 18:24:16 CEST

I have a solution for my particular instance of this problem.
My scripts go:
checkout, modify version number & flag release, build, tag,
checkin version number (release unflagged), checkin binary.

So, the working copy they create need never be accessable to TSVN. So
I set in the script, a LOCAL environment variable SVN_ASP_DOT_NET_HACK.

Then the command line tools will use _svn directories, while TSVN
still only understands .svn, so the two never interfere.

Not a solution to the original question (USB drives) but for anyone who
has file handle issues like mine I thought I'd share it...

Kevin Grover wrote:
> Perhpas the TSVN crew could add an option to TSVNCache to have it dump all filehandles?
> This could even be callable from the commandline
> c:\src\fuzzle> tsvncache --disable
> .... do some command line work here ...
> c:\src\fuzzle> tsvncache --enable

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Received on Thu Jul 20 18:48:09 2006

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