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Re: Something awry in working copy...

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-08-27 17:10:47 CEST

On Aug 27, 2006, at 15:41, mal content wrote:

>> > $ svn up
>> > svn: Your .svn/tmp directory may be missing or corrupt; run 'svn
>> > cleanup' and try again
>> > svn: Can't open file
>> > 'UNIT_TESTS/t_abs_path/testdata/dir_a/.svn/tmp/entries': No such
>> file
>> > or directory
>> > $ svn cleanup
>> > svn: Can't open directory
>> > 'UNIT_TESTS/t_abs_path/testdata/dir_a/.svn/tmp': No such file or
>> > directory
>> Well, does the directory .svn/tmp actually exist or not? It is
>> necessary, and if it's missing, then the working copy is broken and
>> you could check it out again. Alternatively, if the tmp directoyr is
>> all that's missing, you could just try recreating it. Perhaps there
>> is some weird process on your machine that's periodically deleting
>> directories called tmp? Or maybe such a process ran specifically on
>> this working copy?
> No, it doesn't exist, and I really have no idea what could have
> removed
> it. I don't use any tmp cleaners or anything like that. My exact
> actions
> were to run make, run make clean, edit two files, run make and then
> attempt to commit. Nothing in any of those invocations of make would
> have touched that directory, so this is a little worrying.

Are you sure about your "make clean"?

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