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Re: TSVNCache tends to hold locks on files

From: BRH <brh_at_numbera.com>
Date: 2007-11-04 01:59:24 CET

In addition, it appears that if you open up the Repo Browser from a
directory, TortoiseSVN holds open the handle to that directory while the
Repo Browser is up.


BRH wrote:
> Hey guys, I didn't see this on the issue tracker so I wanted to bring it
> up. Frequently when I try to delete files on my machine, whether they're
> SVN working directories or not, I'll be told that I don't have
> permission to delete some file. If I search for the file handle in
> Process Explorer, it's usually being held by TSVNCache.exe. The fix is
> always to kill TSVNCache.exe, which allows me to delete the files. I
> hope it's not too hard a thing to fix - TortoiseSVN has been perfect for
> me in every other way.
> -Ben
> P.S. I'm not subscribed to the list, so please CC me on any reply.

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Received on Sun Nov 4 03:25:26 2007

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