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RE: File Monitoring...

From: Peter Yamamoto <yamamotop_at_page44.com>
Date: 2006-08-09 20:01:18 CEST

Anything that is racing/file monitoring could have potential problems
(antivirus etc).

But, that said, how are the jar files found? Are you sure that the jar.*
files in the .svn folders aren't being copied as well?

We ran into this problem in a years old data build we inherited because
(some/most) of the searches for files matching a pattern didn't care to
ensure that the pattern match (mostly suffix type) were actually the
suffix, hence the .svn cached versions matched. And of course they had
no idea of ".svn" poop folders everywhere when it was originally
written. So not only is time wasted navigating the .svn folders but it
was returning the cached copies as well. That may be something to check.

Another issue may be the target folder... Is it being scanned by
tortoise or is it excluded? If it's not under version control, ensure
that it's excluded by tortoise.

That's a couple things to look for.
Peter

-----Original Message-----
From: James Carman [mailto:james@carmanconsulting.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 09, 2006 10:22 AM
To: users@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: File Monitoring...

We have an Apache Ant build process that has been working fine for
years. A few of our developers are complaining about a failing copy
command where we copy over some jar files during the build. I don't
have the issue on my machine, but they do. One guy did some
investigating and discovered that if he kills the TSVNCache.exe process
using Windows Task Manager that everything works fine. It's not a
reliably reproducible problem. It will fail at different points during
out build process (we have several modules which do the same thing,
copying jars). It sounds like some sort of race condition with the SVN
cache or something. Has anyone else encountered this?

James

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