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Re: svn cleanup fails..

From: Torgeir Veimo <torgeir_at_pobox.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2008 13:32:48 +1000

On 4 Jun 2008, at 13:16, Karl Fogel wrote:

> Torgeir Veimo <torgeir_at_pobox.com> writes:
>> netbeans managed to **** my SVN repository while doing a
>> refactoring. Now even svn cleanup doesn't work.
> I assume where you said "repository" you meant "working copy".

Yes. Netbeans apparently has a bug that makes it remove files if you
try to change case of a file name using the refactoring tool. I tried
to save my current work in that folder by committing a few files, then
delete the folder and try an svn update to recreate the file it had

>> I tried removing the directory taglib, then do an svn update in the
>> parent directory, which then results in;
>> svn: In directory 'taglib'
>> svn: Can't copy 'taglib/.svn/tmp/text-base/
>> PathNavigationTAG.java.svn-
>> base' to 'taglib/.svn/tmp/PathNavigationTAG.java.tmp.tmp': Undefined
>> error: 0
>> Then doing an svn cleanup results in;
>> Macintosh:publishing torgeir$ svn cleanup
>> svn: In directory '.'
>> svn: Can't copy '.svn/tmp/text-base/LastPublishedTag.java.svn-base'
>> to
>> .svn/tmp/LastPublishedTag.java.tmp.tmp': Undefined error: 0
>> Any ideas? Am using svn v 1.4.6 on a mac. The server runs svn v1.4.4
>> on linux.
> We'd need an actual transcript of what you did, not a mixture of prose
> description and transcript. Did you just remove the directory, or did
> you 'svn rm' it?

I removed the directory locally.

> Note that 'svn cleanup' can't recover from every possible
> situation. It
> can only recover from certain kinds of disturbances.

Ok. I guess this problem is now in the svn repository itself, as I
tried a clean checkout from it, and it fails at the same location.

Torgeir Veimo
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