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From Left Right <olegsivo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Generic I/O Error When Committing to Whiteboard
Date Sat, 07 Apr 2012 00:04:20 GMT
>
>  I have no idea what the "Apache" way is regarding this.  But, checking in
>> the Flash Builder /Eclipse project files will make it insanely easy for
>> anyone--who uses Flash Builder--to share the project.  They just "import
>> projects from another workspace" and it works.  It's much easier than
>> creating a new project.
>
>
> That's exactly the thing, that it doesn't work like that - everyone has
their source code in a different place, different project settings... if
you do this in a team you will get infinite war of minor similar changes of
the same property being set by one committer to X, while another committer
will set it to Y and so on... that is even if everyone on the team is using
the same editor... I mean, if I import your project files now I need to
modify them, (.actionScriptProperties) because library location is
different for me. idk...

Just another wild guess... what if your SVN client actually uses Subversion
7? They are compatible on update, but incompatible on commit with 6 (i.e.
you can't commit a repository created with 7 into 6). Although I see you
said it's v 6. Can you try it with --verbose option? I would very much like
to hope it's not any server problem. Just having a "good" memory of how
updating from Adobe SVN was usually broken :( Oh, actually, those errors in
Adobe SVN were b/c of HTTP server arguing with SVN server about file path
resolution. So, aren't you by any chance trying to commit a change over a
file that could've been deleted recently. Especially if it was deleted
manually through some thing like Tortoise repobrowser? Probably, if that is
the case, you could try to do some dummy commit, and then the real commit?

Best.

Oleg

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