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Re: Recommended steps after the text base got corrupted

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-16 14:30:58 CEST

Christian van der Leeden <lists@logicunited.com> writes:

> It seems that the text base is corrupt.

Are you saying that just because the checksum error message suggests
that? Or have you actually looked at the text base? Just curious.

> Is there a way to recover the text base (e.g. to sync it from the
> repository, to do a forced update or whatever).

No, you have to a fresh checkout, and copy your modified working files
into the new working copy.

And if your textbase *is* weird, how did it get that way? Do you have
any idea? I mean, there's a reason we give text-bases funny suffixes
and make them read-only. :-)

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Received on Mon Jun 16 14:32:42 2003

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