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From Daniel Ostermeier <>
Subject Re: svn problems - no such file or dir -
Date Thu, 22 Dec 2005 02:35:55 GMT
Hi Emmanuel,

Yes it is a W$ box, running cygwin.

This problem occured from a clean checkout.
svn cleanup did not help.

Running has worked.

Thank you for your help.


>The file has been deleted last night. This is a branch, and it should
>not be a problem (even if it's not compiling atm). 
>I bet you are using W$? It works very smoothly on linux, I suppose that
>the fact you have a and a could be a pb.
>Just try to co only the trunk (there is a file in
>the root of the project, it should run on W$ if you rename it to .bat)
>Or just delete the root dir (including .svn dirs), and retry a svn co.
>Or maybe a svn cleanup could help ?
>Let us know !
>-- Emmanuel
>On Wed, 2005-12-21 at 17:12 +1100, Nick Faiz wrote:
>>I'm trying to do a fresh check out of the directory SVN project and am 
>>running into this error:
>>In directory 

>>svn: Can't open file 

>>No such file or directory
>>Does anyone know how to fix it?

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