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Re: javahl.ClientException: Working copy not locked?

From: Ashley Aitken <mrhatken_at_mac.com>
Date: 2004-08-13 03:02:55 CEST

Hi Brian (and List Members),

Thanks for your post.

On 13/08/2004, at 1:23 AM, Brian W. Fitzpatrick wrote:

> On Thu, 2004-08-12 at 11:46, Ashley Aitken wrote:
>> org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: Working copy not
>> lockedsvn: Working copy
>> '/Volumes/Ryan/RunningCode/Sources/Workspace/ProjectA/
>> ProjectA.eomodeld' not locked
> I'll betcha a wooden nickel that EOModeler ate the .svn directory
> inside
> of ProjectA.eomodeld.

Well, I definitely owe you that wooden nickel (or a beer, whichever you
prefer ;-). The .svn directory was gone ...

> Try moving ProjectA.eomodeld~/.svn into ProjectA.eomodeld and try
> again.
> You may have to run 'svn cleanup' from the command line.

Unfortunately, I edited the EOModel twice and so it is gone in both
copies :-(

I guess I need to check it out again and redo the (one or two changes).

> Oh, and watch out in the future--I don't think EOModeler is .svn savvy.

So why doesn't EOModeler just make a copy of the EOModel into the
backup copy rather than, as it would seem, moving the old model and
creating a new one!? (Rhetorical question)

This seems very problematic for use with SVN?

Is there any workaround ... I'm not sure how to "watch out" in this

Thanks again for nailing it in one ...


Ashley Aitken
Perth, Western Australia
mrhatken at mac dot com
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