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Re: Commit failed, Can't remove directory, not empty

From: MPCCORNWALL <mpccornwall_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2011 16:27:58 -0800 (PST)

> It is not clear from your
> description whether the commit succeeded i.e. the global revision
> number has incremented and the commit details show up in the log.

I will check the logs in the morning to see what goes on with the global

> The "S:\..." at the beginning is ringing alarm bells with me because
> it looks like a network share letter rather than a local drive letter.
> Please tell me the repository is not located on a network share...
The repository is on a network share. That is, the master SVN is repository
that I am commiting to is there.
I have my working copy on my machine locally. I'm assuming that your fear is
that I am working from a network share, which I am not.

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