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RE: Working area problem after failed merge

From: Jack Ivey <ivey_at_altair.com>
Date: 2004-04-14 14:51:54 CEST

>> 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.

Ok, confession time, I did have a log review window in Tortoise open when
I tried the merge in another window. Maybe they still had something
open (not sure why they would though).

>> C:\software\unity\trunk>svn cleanup
>> svn: Can't open directory 'core/modules/udb/kernel/bindings/.svn/tmp':
>> system cannot find the path specified.

Indeed, there is no "tmp" file in that directory.

>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

Nope, there are no L's in the status. Just 'A', 'M', and '?'s.


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