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Re: Working copy text base is corrupt?

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2002-09-15 16:28:17 CEST

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

> this is the correct output from 'svn info'
> Path: servicerapport.rpt
> Name: servicerapport.rpt
> Url: http://snip/trunk/rapporter/servicerapport.rpt
> Revision: 51
> Node Kind: file
> Schedule: normal
> Last Changed Author: redoz
> Last Changed Rev: 45
> Last Changed Date: 2002-06-25 22:43:47 +0200 (ti, 25 jun 2002)
> Text Last Updated: 2002-09-15 16:02:38 +0200 (s, 15 sep 2002)
> Properties Last Updated: 2002-09-15 16:02:38 +0200 (s, 15 sep 2002)
> Checksum: Dc7bJ6DPdu8ngJAlMhIf8A==

Ah, that's much better! Re your previous mail: the "Last Updated"
fields refer to files in the .svn admin area, so the date should be
that of the last svn command that modified them.

> so it would appear that somehow my .svn-base has been corrupted..?

Yes :-( Can you copy it, rename it to remove the .svn-base, and then
determine if it is valid? Is it possible to compare the svn-base
files from the corrupt and non-corrupt working copies to determine
what the difference is? Are the files the same size? How does the
date on the corrupt text base compare to that reported by 'svn info'?

Philip Martin
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Received on Sun Sep 15 18:05:31 2002

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