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Re: Bug - SVN update whilst files locked

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2008 21:31:26 +0200

Hi Phil,

2008/8/5 Philip Meyer <phil_at_hergest.demon.co.uk>

> I think I've found a bug.
> I often do an SVN update, but occasionally forget to stop some running
> process that has exclusive locks on the files that SVN update tries to
> update.
> I then get an error dialog to say that I need to do an SVN cleanup to tidy
> up. However, the .svn files are corrupt and the SVN cleanup doesn't recover
> the situation, so my only option is to delete the whole folder and start
> again with a fresh SVN Checkout.
Does the corruption also happen when you use the SVN command line to do the

If that is the case you should report it on the SVN users list.

If it is only TortoiseSVN, then report your version information here, so the
developers may be able to help/advise.

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