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Re: svn update fails with svn 0.32.1 on Windows XP over http:

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-25 15:57:18 CET

"Charles E. Doucette" <cdoucette@med-learn.com> writes:
> I'm trying to make sure my working directory is up-to-date,
> even though it is almost always the source of all the changes;
> however, the update command keeps failing. Can anyone help me figure out
> why?

So, in this same working copy, you earlier did something like this:

   E:\Inetpub\AbfpPhyPortal>svn mv SAMurl.cs RemoveURL.cs
   E:\Inetpub\AbfpPhyPortal>svn ci -m "Rename a file."
   Committed revision 371.

And now you're doing

   E:\Inetpub\AbfpPhyPortal>svn up

And getting the error

   svn: The system cannot find the file specified.
   svn: svn_io_copy_file: error copying \
     '.svn/text-base/SAMurl.cs.svn-base' to \

Hmmm. I don't know why you're having this problem -- we commit
renames and later do updates all the time -- but if you could come up
with a reproduction recipe, that would be a tremendous help. That
would be a recipe that starts with an empty repository, adds exactly
the data necessary to reproduce, and then shows the steps to
reproduce. Sorry, I know that's asking a lot, but it's all I can
suggest. If we have a reproduction recipe, we can fix it; if we
don't, we can only guess.

As an aside, if you could turn off the auto-wrap on your mailer, it
would make your transcripts a lot easier to read :-). There are some
odd line breaks in your command and output examples. You can use
backslashes to quote continuation lines, if necessary, to avoid going
over 80 columns (as I do above).

I don't know what the heck is up with that TortoiseSVN error, by the
way. I do think it's fine to ask TortoiseSVN questions on the
Subversion users@ list, though.


> E:\Inetpub\AbfpPhyPortal>svn update
> svn: The system cannot find the file specified.
> svn: svn_io_copy_file: error copying '.svn/text-base/SAMurl.cs.svn-base' to
> '.sv
> n/tmp/text-base/SAMurl.cs.svn-base.4.tmp'
> In revision 371, I attempted to rename file SAMurl.cs to RemoteUrl.cs:
> E:\Inetpub\AbfpPhyPortal>svn log -r 371 -v RemoteUrl.cs
> rev 371: cdoucette | 2003-11-19 12:51:31 -0500 (Wed, 19 Nov 2003) | 14
> lines
> Changed paths:
> A /trunk/ABFP/ABFPportal/RemoteUrl.cs (from
> /trunk/ABFP/ABFPportal/SAMurl.cs:
> 367)
> D /trunk/ABFP/ABFPportal/SAMurl.cs
> The working directory is currently updated to revision 367 - a few revs
> before
> the change to rename SAMurl.cs to RemoteUrl.cs; however, the change was made
> from
> this directory.
> I tried svn cleanup; but, I keep getting that error above.
> I've had no other Subversion problems to date - help me keep a clean bill of
> health
> for it.
> Thanks,
> Chuck
> p.s. I also noticed an error in the TortoiseSVN (0.21.0, - Build 277)
> output -
> it doesn't match the Subversion output for the log messages above.
> Instead, it looks like this:
> Add
> /trunk/ABFP/ABFPportal/RemoteUrl.cs/trunk/ABFP/ABFPportal/SAMurl.cs
> (from /trunk/ABFP/ABFPportal/SAMurl.cs: 367)
> Delete /trunk/ABFP/ABFPportal/SAMurl.cs
> Must I fill out a formal bug report for TortoiseSVN?
> There doesn't appear to be a TortoiseSVN users mailing list - only
> one for SVN.
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