> I am experiencing the following error attempting to commit changes. It
> appears to be a problem with the local client setup. Here's the error
> Error: Commit failed (details follow):
> Error: Can't open file
> Error: 'C:\CacheDev\Classes\.svn\tmp\text-base\ap_WorkLists.xml.svn-
> base': The system
> Error: cannot find the path specified.
Maybe this one?
> What's strange is that it implies a local directory structure of
> When what was configured when I performed the original checkout is
> The file in question does exist in the txt-base directory, but at the
> same level as tmp, not under it.
> The first time it happened, I just cleared it all out and performed
> another checkout. It worked for 3-5 commits, and now I have the same
> error that occurred previously. There is only one other checkout in
> use by the person that performed the original import, which has shown
> no problems.
I guess the path you're showing here is not the full path?
Check whether your path exceeds MAX_PATH (254) chars. If the path is
longer than that, then Subversion sometimes has problems with that. Try
shortening your paths.
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Received on 2008-08-26 18:20:57 CEST