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Re: how to interrupt a 'svn co' ? ctrl-C or ctrl-D don't work.

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-12-02 18:19:45 CET

Ronan Meneu <rmeneu@eprocess.fr> writes:
> I sometimes want to interrupt a 'make co' (when bandwith is required
> for something else for instance).
> I have tried ctrl-C or ctrl-D: it does not work.

You mean 'svn co'?

Are there very large files in your checkout? Interrupting 'svn co'
should work, but has a few exceptional circumstances that will delay
the response. That could be the problem.

By the way, you don't say the version of Subversion, or what operating
system you are on, or the access method you used (svn://, http://, or
file://), or anything about the data. For guidance on submitting bug
reports, please see:



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