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upper/lowercase filename clash

From: Sangweon Suh <sangweon.suh_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2006-09-06 13:10:58 CEST

Sangweon Suh wrote:
> Hi there,
> I've got some persisting errors about the above title.
> I did have several couples of files in the repository that have only
> upper/lowercase difference for their names. And I got the error like:
> > svn: In directory 'lib/interpret'
> > svn: Can't copy 'lib/interpret/.svn/tmp/text-base/Rsem-0.gr.svn-base'
> > to 'lib/interpret/Rsem-0.gr.tmp': No such file or directory
> Having changed all the filenames that clash in case (in the repository
> directory),
> I tried to Update the working copy. However, the system at first
> required to Clean up the directory saying that the directory is locked,
> and cleaning it up produces exactly the same error as above for another
> file called 'glom0.xsl'. But this file has nothing to do with
> upper/lowercase filename clash !



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Thanks for answers. In fact, I had already looked at both the two docs.
Following instructions, I changed the case clashing filenames in the
and tried to update my working copy.
But while executing 'Clean up' command, the same  "svn: Can't copy ...
No such file or directory"
error occurs for another file which is simply irrelevant to lower/uppercase
And that's my problem. I wonder what are the reasons.
Received on Wed Sep 6 13:26:18 2006

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