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bug #12068: Problem with source files named file and file.orig

Submitted by:  None
Submitted on:  Mon 21 Feb 2005 07:16:59 AM UTC  
 
Category: tlaSeverity: 3 - Normal
Item Group: bugStatus: None
Privacy: PublicOpen/Closed: Open
Release: 1.3.1
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Mon 21 Feb 2005 07:16:59 AM UTC, original submission:

It seems that when you have a file called "file.orig", and
also a file called "file" problems can arise.

My guess is that file.orig is created and then deleted
(as a temporary file) by all the "patching for revision..."
that goes on below.

mod_perl@reddawn:~/arch-main$ tla commit

  • build pristine tree for modperl@rjltest.com--hm-2004/me--main--0.1--patch-4
  • from import revision: modperl@rjltest.com--hm-2004/me--main--0.1--base-0
  • patching for revision: modperl@rjltest.com--hm-2004/me--main--0.1--patch-1
  • patching for revision: modperl@rjltest.com--hm-2004/me--main--0.1--patch-2
  • patching for revision: modperl@rjltest.com--hm-2004/me--main--0.1--patch-3
  • patching for revision: modperl@rjltest.com--hm-2004/me--main--0.1--patch-4

Error calling `vu_lstat' for "/home/mod_perl/,,new-pristine.1108969999.12470.2/./modules/Anomy/HTMLCleaner.pm.orig" (No such file or directory)
PANIC: I/O error

Sorry, at the moment I don't have the time to isolate
or debug this problem, but I just thought it ought to
be recorded.

Anonymous

 

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