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upgrade note (you WANT to read this)

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-01-16 01:12:06 CET

You may want to build whatever working copy you have, install, and
*then* run "svn update". That way you can avoid what just happened to
me, namely that my "svn" binary was at just the right revision to know
how to ask the server to send svndiff data, but not to know how to
deal with svndiff data if received.

Yes, there was a small window period when the client was like that,
and it just so happens that my last "make install" was done in that
window. This could happen to you, too, if you're really lucky. :-)

If it does happen to you, you'll know because some files will look
like svndiff data. Just do a fresh checkout; that doesn't involve
svndiff data, so you'll be okay.


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