it's not a file I put into SVN that causes the problem - it seems that SVN attached a kind of time stamp for one of its book keeping files in the .svn folder.
So I cannot use your solution.
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> Datum: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 06:46:52 -0500
> Von: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2010a_at_ryandesign.com>
> An: Markus Fried <markus_fried_at_gmx.net>
> CC: users_at_subversion.apache.org
> Betreff: Re: SVN and NTFS - illegal character \':\' in filename
> On Mar 23, 2010, at 05:14, Markus Fried wrote:
> > I'm using SVN (client side) on a Win7 64bit box with NTFS. I've got an
> issue when SVN tried to create a (SVN-system-file) named "locations-fit
> (10.08.09 09:52).js.svn-base".
> > On NTFS a ':' marks an "alternate data stream", so a "svn update"
> produces an file system error.
> > Is there a way to tell SVN not to use such file names?
> You can write a pre-commit hook preventing the commit of files whose names
> contain forbidden characters. There's a whole list of characters and
> filenames that Windows doesn't like that it would be useful to prevent the
> commit of. I'm not sure if anybody has written such a script yet.
> After you put such a hook script in place, you may also still need to look
> at all the files already in your repository and see if any of them violate
> the naming restrictions, and rename them if they do.
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