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Re: Working area problem after failed merge

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2004-04-14 02:05:54 CEST

Jack Ivey <ivey@altair.com> writes:

> C:\software\unity\trunk>svn cleanup
> svn: Write-lock stolen in 'core/modules/udb/kernel/bindings'

Wow! Never seen anyone trigger that before. I think that means that
you had some other process modifying the working copy at the same time
as you ran cleanup. Nasty things are likely to happen when you allow
that to occur.

> C:\software\unity\trunk>svn cleanup
> svn: Can't open directory 'core/modules/udb/kernel/bindings/.svn/tmp': The
> system cannot find the path specified.
> Am I doing something stupid? How should I be recovering from this?

What does 'svn status' show? Are there any log files (check for files
.svn/log in directories that are status 'L') and if so what do they

Philip Martin
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Received on Wed Apr 14 02:06:23 2004

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