Svn-1.3.1 errors on intel mac on checkout


#1

I just installed svn-1.3.1 from .dmg on an intel mac. I am getting …

subversion/libsvn_wc/log.c:338: (apr_err=155009)
svn: In directory ‘sr’
subversion/libsvn_subr/io.c:565: (apr_err=2)
svn: Can’t copy ‘sr/.svn/tmp/text-base/README.svn-base’ to
‘sr/README.tmp’: No such file or directory

Any one getting this? TIA for any help.

-bakki


#2

Bakki K. wrote:

I just installed svn-1.3.1 from .dmg on an intel mac. I am getting …

I compiled it with DarwinPorts and had not problems.


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#3

That was going to be my next step. But first I have to figure out how
to uninstall this client which doesn’t seem to have an uninstaller in
the .dmg.

-bakki


#4

Just checkout project from repo by http.
-bakki


#5

Hi Bakki, could you provide more detail as to what you were doing to
generate this error message?

Thanks,

-Conrad


#6

BTW, googling for it got a couple of links from a few folks who have
the same error but no one knows the solution.

-bakki


#7

uninstalling can be a bit exciting. if you installed using an
Installer.apppackage or meta-package (more likely of the two) then
there will be a
receipt in /Library/Receipts/. you could uninstall it using
Uninstaller[1]
or inspect its contents to see exactly what and where items were
installed
using something like Pacifist[2].

to install a functional version of subversion via darwinports. download
and
install darwinports proper (it is tiger universal):
http://darwinports.org/downloads/DarwinPorts-1.2.1-10.4.dmg

(add /opt/local to your path)

update darwinports:
% sudo port -d selfupdate

install subversion:
% sudo port install subversion

cheers,
jean-pierre

[1] Uninstaller http://macmagna.free.fr/
[2] Pacifist http://www.charlessoft.com/


#8

Jeanpierre,

Thank you very very much for this! Exactly what I was looking for. I
just had discovered /Library/Receipts/ within the past hour, but
didn’t quite know what to do with it. Coming from Linux/FreeBSD, I am
a bit shocked that Apple does not provide these utils.

-bakki