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Error doing svn up (Can't read file, Bad file descriptor)

From: Daniel Noll <daniel_at_nuix.com>
Date: 2007-01-16 01:16:42 CET

Hi all.

I am encountering an unexpected error when trying to do an update from
the repository:

   C:\...> svn --version
   svn, version 1.4.2 (r22196)
      compiled Dec 2 2006, 14:28:55

   C:\...>svn up
   svn: Can't read file '.svn/tmp/ExtCreateFontIndirectW.java.tmp.tmp':
Bad file descriptor

Looking inside .svn/tmp, the file it's trying to read from hasn't
actually been created. But a file called tempfile.tmp gets created, so
it's almost like svn is using the wrong filename. If I run it again, it
creates tempfile.2.tmp, tempfile.3.tmp, and so forth.

Is this a known bug?


Daniel Noll
Nuix Pty Ltd
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