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Re: Unable to create a directory

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-01-14 14:41:11 CET

thomas Armstrong wrote:
> Hi.
> Working on FC2 with a SVN server on FC2.
> I've got a directory (foo) created on my PC, and I want to create it
> at the repository:
> -------------------------------------
> $ svn add -N foo
> svn: warning: 'foo' is already under version control
> ---------------------------------------
> ok. I commit it:
> -----------------------------------
> $ svn commit -m blah foo --non-interactive
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Working copy '/home/thomas/svn/project1/foo' not locked
> -----------------------------------
> What am I doing wrong?

"Working copy not locked" typically means either "Something deleted/messed
with the .svn directories" or "You have found a bug in Subversion".

Does the error happen if you start working in a freshly checked out WC?

If so, it would be really useful to see the full sequence of commands
starting with the checkout.


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