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Re: TSVNCache keeping directory locked

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2008 09:50:30 +0100

Gleason, Todd wrote:
> I don't know, but take note: Instead of putting a handle on a random
> directory, it should do it on the root. Remember that the handle was
> on c:\rds\Run, not on c:\rds itself.

It's not random :)

> I see this every time I rename from c:\rd to c:\rds (I basically do
> this as a quick test to see if the directory is locked, before I
> rename it to a useful name). But other rename operations have not
> triggered this. I'm not sure if c:\rd did not match the c:\rd*
> wildcard somehow, or if the very short name of the directory
> triggered this problem, or what, but it has happened for me every
> time I try this.

Try the next nightly build (> rev 12135).


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