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Re: svn rename left remnant

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-09-23 00:41:00 CEST

Nathaniel Irons wrote:
> Using 1.1.0rc2 on Mac OS X 10.3.5, I performed an svn rename on a file,
> committed the deletion and addition that rename scheduled, and went on
> with life. I notice a day later that "svn status -u" is now hung up on
> the file that I deleted.
> [leela: wc] svn status -u
> svn: Working copy path 'TT-Info.plist' does not exist in repository
> Which is true, because I deleted it. Then I tried updating the wc:
> [leela: wc] svn update .
> svn: Can't copy '.svn/text-base/TT-Info.plist.svn-base' to
> '.svn/tmp/text-base/TT-Info.plist.svn-base.2.tmp': No such
> file or directory
> That's the second time I ran update, to copy the error; I see the target
> file is incrementing. It did so when I updated a third time, too.
> I can brute-force the problem away by checking out a new working copy,
> which I verified does not exhibit the same problem, so I mention it just
> in case it's a problem somebody knows about or wants to fix. I'm
> updating to rc3 today but didn't see anything in the release notes that
> seemed connected.

Can't reproduce.

FYI, I have run into a similar situation in the past, but I don't remember
what I did to create it. I also brute-forced the problem away.


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