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Re: Fwd: SVN IT MSG TRANSLATION: ALMOST COMPLETE & NEWS ABOUT BOOK!

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-12-16 00:15:51 CET

Hi!

Short request to start: Please mail the dev@ list (even if you're not on it)
and include me in the CC list. I read the list, but others probably don't
read my private mail :-) Even though they may be able to help faster or
better than I.

Now to the message:

> svn msg it translation is almost complete, (we plan to end in
> before the middle of Jen 2005) we have only one missing
> translation and we would need some help from you
> (svn expert) to translate it.
> The msg is:
>
> Malformed text rep offset line in node-rev
>
> it is no clear to us the significance, we tried to get some hit from
> context of msg in src but with no success.
> Can you comment for us the meaning of the msg?

This message is part of the FSFS backend for storing subversion
repositories. The error means that the library doesn't understand the data
it's being fed. Seeing this error indicates repository damage.

> We guess there is some text malformed but it is no clear,

'Text' is not meant litterally here. Text is the content of a file which is
stored in the repository database.

> What is it a 'rep offset line'?

FSFS stores contents as deltas against previous content. The 'rep offset
line' stores the base offset at which the following representation ([part
of] a delta) should be applied.

> What is a node-rev? We guess it is a 'node-revision' it is ok?

You guessed right that a 'node-rev' is a 'node-revision'. Welcome to the
heart of the virtual filesystem :-)

> Is the Malformed text inside the 'repository offset line of a node-rev'?

The Malformed text is in an offset line of the node-representation, if I
interpret the code and
http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/subversion/libsvn_fs_fs/structure
correctly.

> Personally (Federico) I'am progressing in reading svn book but I have not
> completed all chapters, so, if this could be clear to me (us) looking
> at specific pages in svn book, please feel free to say without any
problem.

No, this can't be learnt from the book. This is way to much 'behind the
scenes'.

> I Attach you the it-rev-0-2.po on which we are still working on: it is
> still under fine refinement dealing with other msgs.

Thanks for the continued work!

If the two of you want to, I can arrange that it.po be added to the
subversion repository, so you can work on the translation from there. I know
I said this before, but I'll just reiterate now.

> thanks in advance
>
> *** NEWS ABOUT SVN BOOK ***
> In short, we had a new contact from an italian person who would like to
> join
> to the
> effort to translate the svn book to Italian!!!
> I explained him that we are waiting to from a larger team of italian
> supporter to be able
> to divide and continue in next future the work...I think, if you agree, we
> could wait until
> the middle of feb 2005 and then we could decide if to start or not the it
> svn book translation job.
> ok?

Great! Let me know when you know more!

> Federico & Giorgio (svn IT support team:-)

bye,

Erik.

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