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Re: Forced update of single file

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-12-04 16:09:44 CET

egor duda <deo@logos-m.ru> writes:
> I'm getting error message about corrupted working copy:
>
> svn: Working copy text base is corrupt
> svn: could not save file
> svn: apply_textdelta: checksum mismatch for '.svn/text-base/Makefile.in.svn-base':
> recorded checksum: 1INXyNPWe9aSSvwqUAFsEA==
> actual checksum: FK/SQmzJr0Mktjm1/cCzmA==
>
> The usual CVS method to deal with any kind of local file corruption
> is to delete the file and to run 'cvs up file-name'. Is there some way
> to do something similar in subversion (save from complete checkout)?
> Is it worthwhile to add --force option to 'svn update', which will
> recheckout the file ignoring all local information in file and in
> .svn/text-base/file.svn-base?

Right now I guess the solution is to re-check-out your working copy --
not ideal, certainly. I kind of like the `--force' idea, what do
others think?

-K

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