On 24.03.2010 14:41, Lucien Okkes wrote:
>> On 11.03.2010 09:54, Lucien Okkes wrote:
>>> Stefan, thanks for your suggestions. We have tested the
>>> replication of empty files and this works ok. The file that can't
>>> be opened has an unique filename.
>>> We noticed that the missing file is located in the \.svn\
>>> directory (see attachment in first post). The developers stated
>>> that the error is always related to files in a .svn directory.
>>> Does this ring a bell?
>> The .svn dirs are marked as system folders and are therefore
>> usually hidden. Maybe your replication has problems with those? Or
>> the ACLs are not copied properly?
> The replication has no problems with hidden files, system directories
> or ACLs.
> Today we encountered the same error. This time I have more detailed
> information. Developer 1 and developer 2 both have a working copy of
> the project. Developer 1 made some changes and commits. Developer 2
> tries to update the working copy but walks into the "can't open file"
> error (see attachment). The missing file is available in the working
> copy of developer 1, but not in the working copy of developer 2.
So, the replication didn't replicate that file?
That means you have a problem with your replication, not SVN.
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