Philip Martin wrote on Tue, May 01, 2012 at 10:43:20 +0100:
> Ryan Schmitz <jschmitz@...> writes:
> > Is there another way for me to run 'svn status'?
> We might be able to do without. It's unfortunate that the abort message
> doesn't give us the filename, if you can run under a debugger the stack
> trace would help. Or make your woking copy available to somebody else.
Would a syscall trace (strace equivalent) help?
> What we want to identify is the .svn/entries files that has a "deleted"
> token. You can generally open these files with an editor on Linux but I
> don't know which Windows tool to suggest. The token is a line of text
> "deleted" (not "delete" which is a separate token that is not
> interesting in this case).
I would copy entries to entries.txt and open the latter in notepad.
This also avoids any chance of 'entries' being changed silently by
a DWIM-y editor.