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Re: svn cleanup --remove-unversioned throws E720005 in Windows When Attempting To Delete a Junction

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_apache.org>
Date: Wed, 6 May 2020 05:35:45 +0200

On 06.05.2020 05:16, Ace Olszowka wrote:
>> If you make a junction pointed at a different folder, not the %TEMP% folder, does it still fail to cleanup unversioned items?
> Yes; in the actual repo we point to a folder within the source root.
>> Also, do you (or someone else) happen to have a Subversion client (preferably 1.13) that is built with APR 1.6.5 (or any APR prior to 1.7.0) and if so, could you test this scenario with that client and let us know if it still fails?
> Unfortunately this is where my skill is lacking, we have for a long
> time depended on the binary drop of TortoiseSVN to give us the CLI
> subversion tooling.
> Looking online it appears that VisualSVN has a binary drop
> (https://www.visualsvn.com/files/Apache-Subversion-1.13.0.zip) however
> they are not as detailed on their versioning (at least not in an
> easily accessible manner). Assuming that the Properties Dialog for
> `libapr-1.dll` is reporting correctly the file version indicates
> 1.6.5. This version of the binary still produces the same error.
> `svn --version` reports:

Try 'svn --version --verbose', this will show the APR and APR-Util
versions, too.

They'll probably be the same that TortoiseSVN reports.

-- Brane
Received on 2020-05-06 05:35:50 CEST

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