RE: SVNException: <file> local checksum differs from repository
--- Mark Phippard <MarkP@softlanding.com> wrote:
> Charles Daniels <email@example.com> wrote on 03/24/2005 10:15:29 AM:
> > I sometimes experience the same problem, but I'm not using JavaSVN (at
> > least I don't think I am -- I have Javahl checked in my Eclipse
> > Preferences). I sometimes get corrupt files as well. I have had to
> > completely delete my project and checkout the whole thing again.
> JavaSVN installs as an invisible "replacement" for JavaHL so you could
> using it. Of course you would have to have explicitly installed it.
> Unless you are on an older version, you should be able to see it in the
> list of installed features.
Ah, okay. Yes, I have installed it, but I didn't realize it worked that
way. If I unistall JavaSVN, should I see these problems go away. If so,
what advantage does JavaSVN provide?
Received on Fri Mar 25 02:35:39 2005
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