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Re: bug? "Delta source ended unexpectedly"

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2002-12-19 01:24:24 CET

Martin Pool <mbp@samba.org> writes:

> > 3. Karl is working on getting checksums moving back and forth between
> > client and server, so that if this happens again, you'll get a big
> > fat checksum error, rather than a working file with weird data.
>
> Suppose I had made a lot of changes in that wc, and I was updating
> preparatory to committing. After this bug occurs, I have a dead wc
> containing all my work. Even if the files weren't corrupted, being
> stuck in this state is very bad. I suppose the only way to recover is
> to diff and merge by hand into a fresh checkout.

That's incorrect, as I understand it. The checksum will simply
identify that the working copy text-base doesn't match the text of the
version-url item in the repository. The fix remains the same, remove
the wcprop cache thus causing it to be regenerated. Having done this
the checksum should match.

-- 
Philip Martin
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