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Re: Working copy text base is corrupt?

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2002-09-15 14:48:32 CEST

Patrik Husfloen <pathu440@student.liu.se> writes:

> ok, I just tried checking in a bunch of changes including changes to:
> servicerapport.rpt
> which is a binary file.
> The commit fails with the folowing message:
>
> Transmitting file data ....svn: Working copy text base is corrupt
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: svn_wc_transmit_text_deltas: checksum mismatch for
> 'D:/rost2/rapporter/.svn
>
> /text-base/servicerapport.rpt.svn-base':
> recorded checksum: Dc7bJ6DPdu8ngJAlMhIf8A==
> actual checksum: SfdqqmJAw/JgVHJADqwdTw==

Which version of Subversion are you using? Can you provide more
history, what you have done to this file in this working copy? Have
you committed this file from this working copy before? Did you run
any failed or interrupted Subversion commands? What do the commands
'svn st -uv servicerapport.rpt' and 'svn info servicerapport.rpt'
show?

The file D:/rost2/rapporter/.svn/text-base/servicerapport.rpt.svn-base
should be the file without your local changes. Can you determine if
it is correct?

Check out a new working copy into a new directory and run 'svn info'
on servicerapport.rpt in that working copy. What checksum do you get?

-- 
Philip Martin
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