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Re: TortoiseSVN stale all-wcprops cache

From: Chris 'Xenon' Hanson <xenon_at_3dnature.com>
Date: 2007-09-28 23:44:59 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
>> I've employed the deletion of .svn/all-wcprops as a workaround, and it
> Never, ever mess around inside the .svn folders! I repeat: NEVER, EVER
> mess around inside the .svn folder!
> But since you already did:
> delete your working copy and get a fresh checkout.


   What would have been the "proper" way to fix this so I can sort it out if/when it next

> Configure your virus scanner to not scan your working copies. And maybe
> ditch the one you're currently using and get another one.

   This machine is not virus-scanning, and does not run ZoneAlarm, or anything other than
the WinXPsp2 firewall.

> Even though you haven't told us what *your* exact problem is

   The problem seems to be that after a check-in of a file by user A, a subsequent attempt
to check-in a new change to that file by user A fails, claiming that the file is not up to
date. No other user has checked in anything to the same file in the interim. The working
copy directory _has_ been svn updated.

   I don't know what other circumstantial data you might need, I posted everything that
seemed relevant.

> Stefan

      Chris 'Xenon' Hanson | Xenon @ 3D Nature | http://www.3DNature.com/
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