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RE: interrupted add while using TortoiseSVN, is my working direct ory hosed?

From: Michael Stevens <stevm_at_tpk.govt.nz>
Date: 2004-08-20 03:59:55 CEST

Usually whenever TortoiseSVN craps out in a working copy, I just use the
command line tools to continue whatever operation I was attempting, and it
seems to work itself back into a useable state. Why don't you try that
before you re-check out?

-----Original Message-----
From: Erik Anderson [mailto:erikba@teamworkgroup.com]
Sent: Friday, 20 August 2004 1:59 p.m.
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: interrupted add while using TortoiseSVN, is my working directory

I just tried to add "overlib" to my working directory (a new directory with
a number of files). A couple minutes later (before the commit), I found out
that the version I had added had a bug in it and I reverted to an earlier

Now I'm unable to do any kind of TortoiseSVN operations on the directory and
am not certain what to do, have I completely hosed my working directory with

Attempts to update: "Working copy '\\phalanx\web' locked"
Attempts to revert: "Working copy '\\phalanx\web' locked"
Attempts to cleanup: "'//phalanx/web/overlib' is not a working copy

I did try to re-add the directory to subversion, but got an empty result
with no effect.

I'm beginning preparations to re-check out my working directory if I have

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