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Re: Fw: Access Denied after commit (commit incomplete)

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-01-16 02:38:46 CET

"matthew ford" <matthew.ford@forward.com.au> writes:
> I think SVN commit is broken.
> My understanding is that a commit either all works or it none of it works.
>
> After adding 2250 files to SVN via Tortoise I get the following message
>
> Commit succeeded, but other errors follow:
> Error bumping revisions post-commit (details follow):
> In directory 'C:/ForwardJava'
> Error processing command 'committed' in C:/ForwardJava'
> Error replacing text-base of 'javawebstart-platform.sh'
> Can't move 'C:/ForwardJava/javawebstart-platform.sh.tmp' to
> 'C:/ForwardJava/javawebstart-platform.sh':
> Access is denied.
>
> and now have some file/directories showing as committed and some still
> showing as add
> in other words commit did not commit all the files (at least as far as the
> local system says)
> and did not roll back.

It committed them all -- they're all in the repository. Whether your
local working copy was updated to reflect this is another matter.

> Running svn status shows a bunch of files as Add, Locked and Add/Locked.
>
> How do I clean this up?

Yuck. I'd say, check out a new working copy. It sounds from the
"access is denied" error that you have some folders set to read-only,
or hidden, or something else that prevented Subversion from writing
there?

-Karl

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