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Re: can't open \save\.svn\tmp: access denied

From: Ling <llin3_at_uci.edu>
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 15:28:27 -0700

> Hi there,
> I have a problem updating my local copy from the repository using TSVN
> 1.6.5 on Windows XP. I created the problem by deleting two .Old files
> locally. And now it will not update, saying the directory is locked (which
> is not). When I try to 'clean up', there is an error message on the top
> directory 'xxx\setup\.sv&#8203;n\tmp\prop-base\:&#8203; Access is
denied'. When I try to
> 'clean up' the sub-directory where the deleted files were, there is an
> error message on this directory 'can't open \save\.svn\tmp: Access is
> denied'.

>Silly question, but do you have "Full Control" permission in your
>working copy and all its subdirectories?
Yes, I have admin control in my working copy and all subdirectories.
However, I do notice that when i right-click on the top directory and view
its 'properties', under the SVN tab, it says 'locked: yes'. But when I
tried to 'release lock' in TSVN, it would say 'there is nothing to unlock'
in this folder. --So neither 'clean up' or 'release lock' can fix my
Also, I do have antivirus software on this computer, if that can be part
of the problem.
Thanks for any help!
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Received on 2009-09-23 02:56:09 CEST

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