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RE: CVS Update problem : cannot rename file .new..buildnum to .buildn um

From: Gagneet Singh
Subject: RE: CVS Update problem : cannot rename file .new..buildnum to .buildn um
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 11:28:09 +0530


Have you got the said file or any other file refering to it open in a
text editor or an IDE?

I have faced this problem when I had the VC++ IDE open with the project
file (but not the actual files) and was trying to update the project
files (although the DSP and DSW workspace and project files were not

If this is the problem, then close the IDE or Text editor completely and
try again.

Hope this helps.


>-----Original Message-----
>From: address@hidden 
>[mailto:address@hidden On Behalf 
>Of Viraj Purang
>Sent: Thursday, 19 February, 2004 10:01 AM
>To: 'address@hidden'
>Subject: CVS Update problem : cannot rename file 
>.new..buildnum to .buildn um
>I am using a Windows 2003 server (problem also occurs on a 
>Windows 2000 professional laptop).
>Everytime I try to "cvs update" a file called ".buildnum" 
>I get an error : 
>"cannot rename file .new..buildnum to .buildnum"
>This is true for all files which have been changed on client workspace 
>and are thus different from the server.
>What could be the possible problem ?
>Another interesting issue is that this problem occurs only 
>when I am using a Perl script to 
>do that CVS update.Manual updated are all ok.
>I did make sure that environment in both the 
>cases is same.
>Viraj B. Purang
>Arzoon Inc.
>Info-cvs mailing list

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