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Re: Can't check out onto a SMB share using mac os x 10.4.1

From: Tym Altman <tym_at_bycast.com>
Date: 2005-06-01 03:28:02 CEST

I think I figured out what's going on. The file trunk/foo/bar was an
empty file (0 bytes). When I wrote some data into the file, and
committed it in from my local HD, I was able to check out the full
trunk to my SMB share.

Now the question is, is it a bug in svn, SMB, Mac OS X, or some
combination of the 3?


On 31-May-05, at 5:28 PM, Tym Altman wrote:

> svn (from http://homepage.mac.com/martinott/). If I check out the
> trunk to my local directory (on my mac) it works fine. But if I try
> to check out to a network volume, mounted using SMB, the checkout
> fails after a few files:
> svn co
> A trunk/arraylengthtest.rb
> A trunk/foo
> A trunk/foo/bar
> svn: In directory 'trunk/foo'
> svn: Can't copy 'trunk/foo/.svn/tmp/text-base/bar.svn-base' to
> 'trunk/foo/bar.tmp': Invalid argument

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