> I hate to say that: but I don't go now and do the whole reproduction
> recipe. You could at least tell us what the difference between those
> files is! If you can tell us that, I can try to reproduce it.
Ok, here's what I do. I use TortoiseSVN and the Windows Explorer for all
1. Create a directory, say "sandbox".
2. In that new directory, I do "Create Repository here".
3. I tell my Apache that this subversion repository is there using the
AuthName "Subversion sandbox repository"
4. I restart my Apache service.
5. I create another directory "foo" (nowhere near the first one).
6. I unzip the file from my original posting on this thread into "foo".
7. I use TortoiseSVN to do "import" and choose the http location that
points to my "sandbox". The import reports that files are added and
8. I create directory "bar".
9. I checkout the sandbox/trunk into "bar".
Now, if I compare the two
se.tada.util\src\se\tada\util\printf\DecimalFloatFormat.java files, one
from "foo" and one from "bar", I can see that the one in "bar" is
corrupted. The two files are attached.
I hope this helps.
> Oh, and you might be better off reporting that on the Subversion mailing
> list. TSVN doesn't touch the files directly at all - all that is handled
> by the Subversion library. But don't forget to mention what makes those
> files different - maybe it's just some misconfiguration...
The reason I report it here is that it just happens when I use
TortoiseSVN to do the actual import. If I use "svn import" everything
public class DecimalFloatFormat extends FloatFormat
private static final long serialVersionUID = 708307857310259305L;
public DecimalFloatFormat(int prefixType, boolean sharp)
protected String makeString(long mantissa, int exponent, int precision)
return makeDecString(mantissa, exponent, precisionh:false);
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