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Re: Unexpected End of Entry

From: agentphoenix <david.vanscott_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2009 05:56:01 -0800 (PST)

I checked with the other guys and while they all have Tortoise
installed, they're doing all their source code management through
Eclipse. Why would doing SVN through Eclipse be any different from
Tortoise though?


On Jan 8, 8:38 am, Brad Stiles <bradley.sti..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > Symantec runs in the background, but there's nothing I can do to stop
> > the process.  The group policy is set so I can only see what options
> > are configured, I can't do anything to change them.  Is there way
> > around that or am I up the river without a paddle on this one?
> If you can get your network guys to turn off (even if it's only
> temporary, for testing purposes) on-access scanning, and only do scans
> for exectuables, in your working copies, that might help.  If it does,
> then you've found your problem.
> It is strange that no-one else seems to be having the problem.  Are
> there any differences between the way you and these others work?
> Different types of projects, different location for working copies,
> etc?
> /bs


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