Unfortunately I can't get the rm to work either. Is there a way to manually rollback commits? It looks like rev and revprops has an entry for every commit, but the other files I'm not so sure about. Can I just remove some of the latest files and "uncommit" that version?
Hari Kodungallur <email@example.com> wrote:
On 6/3/07, Philip TruelyUnknown <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: I have tried completely deleting the client-side directory and forcing a full update and the problem still comes up. I have also tried a fresh checkout and it gives the same result.
I'm not running any virus checkers. :-(
Is there any way to directly modify the repository to remove this bad entry? I'd even be fine to just completely remove the last commit, if that was possible.
You can directly remove a file from the repository, by using the URL in the command
svn rm <URL>
Andy Levy <email@example.com> wrote:
On 6/2/07, Philip TruelyUnknown wrote:
> I had a tech writer add a large number of files to the repository (not sure
> exactly, probably 300 or more). He didn't report any problems doing the
> commit, but when we try to update now we get the following error:
> Error: Can't copy
> to 'C:\xxx\yyy\_svn\tmp\createreport_links.htm.tmp.tmp':
> The system cannot find the file specified.
> I have upgraded to the newest Subversion version (1.4.3), cleaned, deleted
> the local files and re-updated, and I always get back to this error. Any
> idea what I can do to get around this?
Might you have 2 files in the same directory with the same name,
differing only in case?
Do you have an on-access virus scanner running, and can you disable it
or tell it to ignore .svn directories?
Can you check out a fresh working copy from the same URL?
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