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Revision 470d2780

ID470d278056472a85f927bcca6ef539f7c33d10ba
Parent 22bfaf79
Child 5d6cd9b4

Added by Denny Lubitz almost 7 years ago

[BUGFIX] Creating new symlinks should work still if target exists.

On publishing public resource folders, it is possible, that the
symlinked target directory already exists. On Windows environments this
causes an "Permission Denied" error and breaks the publishing.

To prevent this issues we can just check the existence of a linked
directory on target path and remove this before renaming the new symlink
to new target.

Change-Id: I9f83e50ae0fb76eb96aa7a143acc92dd228a2fd0
Releases: master, 3.0
Fixes: FLOW-363

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