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Subject Re: continuum - scm update error
Date Tue, 06 Feb 2007 17:48:03 GMT
No, this is working fine in windows system, same thing when i moved to 
unix box its started acting now

even i checked for some new files, (there are some logfile) i removed them 
and tried to run continuum its failing again with the same error...

Again its working fine with no problem in windows xp machine,

The only way its working is everytime i have to delete the working copy , 
but i don't want to do it that way

Is there anything else i can configure??

Raghurajan Gurunathan

Emmanuel Venisse <>
02/02/2007 12:55 PM
Please respond to continuum-users
        Subject:        Re: continuum - scm update error

you have a directory created locally then added in svn so when svn try to 
update the working copy, it can't add the new directory because a 
directory with the same name already exist.
clean your working copy by deleting the directory or remove your working 
copy and all will work a écrit :
> Hi All
> I just created some projects using continuum to check out from svn, 
> code and did one build on those worked fine no problem, 
> But now i'm trying to run build again from continuum, but for all 
> in continuum i'm getting
> Provider message: The svn command failed.
> Command output: 
> svn: REPORT request failed on '/svn/repos/myProejct/!svn/vcc/default'
> svn: Cannot replace a directory from within
> I couldn't figure out whats going on here, please help
> Thanks,
> Raghurajan Gurunathan
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