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Mysterious Commit Failures (os x 10.4 / svn 1.1.4 fink / svn 1.2.3 darwinports)

From: Jeffrey Vaughan <vaughan2_at_seas.upenn.edu>
Date: 2005-11-22 20:24:22 CET


I'm using a subversion repository and get the following error message on

jeff@echo XXXX $ svn commit
vaughan2@XXXXXXXXX.XXXXX.upenn.edu's password:
Sending XXXXXXXXX/report.tex
Transmitting file data .svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Can't open directory
                                                    ?\194?\128': No such
file or directory
svn: Your commit message was left in a temporary file:
svn: '/Users/jeff/Code/XXXXXXX/writing/papers/svn-commit.4.tmp'

Commit emails are not sent to myself or other users and my working copy
remains at the previous version. However, the repository is updated,
and my commit message appears in the log.

Setting $LANG=en_US.utf-8 or $LANG=us_US has not helped me. I access
the repository using svn+ssh. I was able to reproduce the issue using a
linux svn client. The repository lives on NFS share and uses fsfs.
Some users are able to commit correctly, but I don't know what they are
doing differently from me (and others are in my boat).

Can anyone help me fix this?


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Received on Tue Nov 22 20:26:45 2005

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