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Re: Version Mismatch trying to run svn

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-29 01:56:18 CEST

Les Stroud <public@lesstroud.com> writes:

> svn: Version mismatch in 'svn_delta': found 1.1.1, expected 1.1.1-dev
> Does anyone know what can cause this??

I think attempting to run an executable built from the development
sources (1.1.1-dev) that is linked against libraries built from the
release sources (1.1.1) will produce that error.

> I tried to compile and install
> the 1.1.1 src earlier today (on suse 9.1 x86_64). However, I had
> probems. So, I switched to the rpm version of it from ftp.suse.com.
> Now I get this error. Any idea how to fix this??

Make sure the executables (svn, svnadmin, etc.) and the libraries
(libsvn_xxx.so) all come from the rpm build, or that they all come
from the src build.

Philip Martin
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