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Re: Recommended steps after the text base got corrupted

From: Christian van der Leeden <lists_at_logicunited.com>
Date: 2003-06-16 14:48:28 CEST

It is corrupt, it doesn't contain any useful
textual information any more (just '@').

I guess this is due to a server crash some
days ago. They left this file corrupted.
Can't imagine any other reason why
it should have gotten corrupted...

OK, but there is no svn command to repair
such a text base, so I have to go through the
checkout-copy action.



On Monday, June 16, 2003, at 02:30 PM, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> 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. :-)
Christian van der Leeden
Logic United GmbH
Tel: 089-189488-66 Mob: 0163-3747111

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