Capistrano won't let me deploy any more

I’m not sure what has changed, but when I run ‘rake
deploy’, I get the following:

(in D:/Documents/Code/METS/src/METS)

  • executing task deploy

  • executing task update

** transaction: start

  • executing task update_code

  • querying latest revision…

  • executing "if [[ ! -d
    ~mets/mets/releases/20070501220452 ]]; then\n svn co
    –no-auth-cache -q -r84 http://rosencrantz/svn/mets/trunk/src/METS
    ~mets/mets/releases/20070501220452 &&\n (test -e
    ~mets/mets/revisions.log || (touch ~mets/mets/revisions.log && chmod
    666 ~mets/mets/revisions.log)) && echo date +\"%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S\"

$USER 84 20070501220452 >> ~mets/mets/revisions.log;\n

servers: [“mets”]

*** [update_code] transaction: rollback

  • [update_code] rolling back

  • executing “rm -rf

servers: [“mets”]

** [update_code] exception while rolling back: NoMethodError,
private method `mkdir’ called for File:Class

rake aborted!

private method `mkdir’ called for File:Class

(See full trace by running task with --trace)

Any ideas on what’s going on? I’m deploying
from a Vista machine to an Ubuntu Edgy machine.

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