> On 8/24/2016 11:59 AM, Richard VanHouten wrote:
> >> Hi Richard,
> >> On 8/22/2016 2:02 AM, Richard VanHouten wrote:
> >>> I work a mod project hosted on github, and use Tortoise SVN to update. Some time ago I had an Excel spreadsheet in the project open in Open Office Calc, and the program shut down improperly and I did not recover the spreadsheet next time I started up Open Office. Ever since Tortoise SVN has thrown a working copy status error when I update my local repository on the machine this happened on. Using the cleanup function has no effect. I've tried creating a new repository in a new folder and deleting the old one, but the status continues. Any ideas on how to fix this?
> >>> I am using Tortoise SVN version 1.9.
> >> It's highly unusual that a fresh checkout in a different directory is
> >> causing some issues which would be related to problems in another
> >> working copy, unless it's some server side problem (which in this case
> >> wouldn't be my first guess).
> >> What's the exact error you are getting and what's the exact action you
> >> do when you get that error?
> >> --
> >> Regards,
> >> Stefan Hett
> > I right click on the local repository's root folder in Windows Explorer, choose Update, and get "Skipped obstructing working copy" in the actions column. As I can't figure out how to get to the command line interface, that's all the information I can presently provide.
> To be certain we are not talking cross purpose here: Are you mixing up
> the terms repository and working copy?
> For the following reply I assume you actually mean: "I right click on
> the local *working copy*'s root folder[...]".
> Is it possible you have a working copy inside another working copy?
> For instance something like:
> C:\root <- checkout of repository1
> C:\root\foo <- checkout of repository2
> If so, I suggest you rethink your folder structure and don't use nested
> working copies (at least for troubleshooting your problem). That said: I
> suggest you do a fresh checkout of the repository in
> C:\TestWorkingDirectory and see whether you still end up with the
> problem. If so, could you point out your local folder structure to shed
> some light onto the actual problem?
> You can install the command line client by re-running the TSVN installer
> package. Simply select the optional SVN client component in the
> installer. Afterwards using the command line, you'd be able to call "svn
> cleanup" (without the quotation marks).
> Stefan Hett
This is what I get:
C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin>svn update "c:\Users\richv_000\Documents\Paradox Interactive\Crusader Kings II\mod\Lux Invicta Repository"
Updating 'C:\Users\richv_000\Documents\Paradox Interactive\Crusader Kings II\mod\Lux Invicta Repository':
Skipped 'C:\Users\richv_000\Documents\Paradox Interactive\Crusader Kings II\mod\Lux Invicta Repository\trunk' -- An obstructing working copy was found
At revision 1606.
Summary of conflicts:
Skipped paths: 1
Trying to create a new repository in a folder directly off C:\ results in a locked directory that won't clean up.
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Received on 2016-08-28 19:26:47 CEST