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No such string '6e'

From: Jordi Vilalta <jvprat_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-19 14:57:02 CEST


I sent this mail to the users mailing list more than a month ago and
got no answer. Any tip will be appreciated.

Recently I've tried to retrieve old revisions from our svn server and
I've found the "no such string" error when getting revisions older
than 36:

$ svn up -r 36
U menu.php
U articles.php
U index.php
U common.inc
D prova.txt
U alta_noticia.php
Updated to revision 36.
$ svn up -r 35
svn: No such string '6e'

I've seen in the archives that it's likely a database corruption, and
there was someone who could fix it. Do you still accept this kind of
job? ;)

On the other hand... which is the cause of this error? We're using svn
1.1.4. Does it go away with newer versions?

Thanks in advance!


Jordi Vilalta

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