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RE: Problem with checksums...

From: <jerenkrantz_at_apache.org>
Date: 2003-01-20 23:36:59 CET

--On Tuesday, January 21, 2003 11:30:23 +1300 John Barstow
John_Barstow@gfsg.co.nz wrote:

 Or at least force a recompute of them. Disabling them is good, especially
 when investigating/testing various svn bugs.

I would have imagined a dump/load would have done this.

 It's a wild guess (since I haven't updated to checksum-containing code),
 but I'd lay good odds that the CR, LF, CR/LF settings can mess up the
 checksums, especially given the recent bugs uncovered (and since fixed)
 with svn:eol.

Actually, that might be possible. That directory contains PDF files (with
mime-type set to application/octest-stream) and some CRLF-ended files (none
of those have eol-style property set). But, since I can't figure out what
file is 'bad,' I'm at a loss of where to start. -- justin

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