On Tue, Oct 30, 2007 at 02:11:53AM +0530, Jack Repenning wrote:
> On Oct 29, 2007, at 8:03 PM, Paul van Tilburg wrote:
>> You skipped one thing, and I'd really like some help there. :)
>> So, I accidently checked out https://host/foo/bar/ to my
>> /home/User/Desktop dir. How to undo this?
>> Removing .svn partially helps, all Subversion commands still report that
>> it is locked and Desktop still has an (?)-icon? I suppose I can use
>> Subversion > Cleanup from the context menu to remove the lock, but:
>> * How does it know there still is a lock with /home/User/Desktop/.svn
>> * How to get rid of the SCPlugin (?)-icon on the Desktop folder?
>> Refreshing icons doesn't seem to help after removing Desktop/.svn.
> Well, I'm just as confused as you are as to where the lock message is
> coming from, since there's no Desktop/.svn directory to remember that
> there's a lock!
> I've done that "check things out onto the Desktop" thing myself, several
> times. I find that I need to (1) remove Desktop/.svn/, and also (2)
> restart Finder (say, by log out/in) to make the badging go away.
Oops, forgot the relogin. Will see if that helps.
> Can you cut-and-paste the complete message about things being locked?
> Maybe that will make matters clearer.
The lock occurred because the checkout contained a directory that
was already in ~/Desktop/.
I will try your suggestions in a few days and will let you know what
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