I'm using Subverison 1.1.2 client on Win XP
The server is Subversion 1.1.3 on Wind XP, FSFS backend, accessed via
I followed the advice in the Subversion book to create vendor branches.
I use a URL->WC copy to put the vendor code under my project folder
current working folder is a WC of the root of the repository, but most
of the folders I mention below have not ever been committed yet. I'm
moving a lot of projects into this WC and adjusting the structure for
the initial add to the subversion repository. I'm doing this in groups
of related projects.
svn add projA
I have already committed various third party APIs to the repository
So I copy one of them into this project.
svn cp svn:/repo/ThirdParty/sdk/current CoolAPI
A ...(all files from the third party API are listed)
Before I commit I realize, oops.. I copied the wrong API.. I will
revert that copy and copy the correct one.
A + CoolAPI
svn revert CoolAPI
svn: working copy 'Vendor/CoolAPI' not locked
Now everything I try to recover claims that some dang thing is not
locked... I can't get rid of the entire SDK folder under projA, I can't
revert it I cant 'rm' it, 'svn cleanup' does nothing, etc. I've
manually deleted folders hoping that I could get subversion to just
forget about the entire subfolder... but it always claims that
something is not locked, so I can't even remove the folders from my WC.
Basically the entire projA can't be committed because of some tiny
thing that went wrong in a single subfolder with no way to back out.
So I have to recreate an entirely new (and somewhat huge) image of my
WC from the parent of projA
My attempt to follow the practices in the subversion book and use cheap
copies etc are getting me very frustrated because this 'not locked'
issue is constantly getting in the way. I have no idea what I do to
trigger it, but once it is there the entire WC all the way up the
hierarchy is ruined.
I also run into a case where everything commits but then the WC fails
to update somehow and it claims the revision number could not be
bumped. When that happens I delete that folder of the WC and to an
'svn up' and it seems to get fixed.
It seems the WCs become extremely fragile if I use a URL->WC copy into
a folder that has never been committed to the repository, but has been
added to the WC.
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Received on Mon Jan 31 17:42:49 2005