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Re: [TSVN] Re: Content corruption during import

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-11-18 13:07:06 CET

On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 10:42:04 +0100, Thomas Hallgren <thhal@tigris.org> wrote:
> Ok, here's what I do. I use TortoiseSVN and the Windows Explorer for all
> my actions:
>
> 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
> following Location:
> <Location /sandbox>
> DAV svn
> SVNPath C:/Tada/svn/sandbox
> AuthType Basic
> AuthName "Subversion sandbox repository"
> AuthUserFile C:/Tada/etc/svn.auth
> Require valid-user
> </Location>
> 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
> it commits.
> 8. I create directory "bar".
> 9. I checkout the sandbox/trunk into "bar".

I just tried the same, but with file:/// instead of http.
The files are exactly the same, as I would expect.

> 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.

Now: first thanks for the files. But couldn't you just say that one
file has an additional newline at the end? That would have been much
better because then I wouldn't had to download both files, start up a
diff program, load both files in there and compare them myself. I mean
you already knew what was corrupted, so why not just tell us that
instead of making us a lot of unnecessary work?

> I hope this helps.

Not really. If file:/// works, but http:// doesn't (haven't tried http
yet), then it's definitely not TSVN's fault.

> 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
> works OK.

Are you using the same version? I mean if you're using TSVN1.1.0 then
you have to use the CL-client version 1.1.0 too.

/me thinking: do you have any auto-props set in your configuration file?

Stefan

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