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RE: svn cleanup doesn't work

From: Roger Lipscombe <rogerl_at_1e.com>
Date: 2006-01-20 17:03:45 CET

Paul Koning wrote:
> I've seen cases where the working directory is locked and svn
> cleanup either fails, or silently doesn't help. Those were
> caused by file name conflicts on a case insensitive client.

Paul, thanks for the tip.

We're on a case-insensitive client, but there are no files with the same
names, but different cases in the repository.

We're all on Windows, so I suspect that it'd be quite difficult to get
differently-cased files, unless you did a copy or something directly to
the repos URL?

I was actually beginning to wonder whether the failure to cleanup was
caused by the fact that there's a space in the path name?


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