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[TSVN] TSVN update has messed up the repository

From: Russell Munk <russ_at_salmonspc.com>
Date: 2005-03-03 18:32:53 CET


I just updated my ToroiseSVN installation from 1.1.1 to 1.1.3.

Now some of the folders that were in the repository before the update
aren't recognized by TSVN in Windows Explorer as being part of the
working set (at least it doesn't put an overlay icon on them). In the
Repo-Browser, there are several folders that, when I try to open them, I
get the error message 'Error * URL " non-existent in that revision'.
Sometimes the '"' in the message is replaced by something else.

For many of these folders, if I select them in the working set with
Windows Explorer and select 'Show Log' from the TSVN menu, it will show
the correct revisions. Also, if I select them in the same way and select
'Repo-Browser' from the TSVN menu, the contents will appear as they did
before the TSVN update to 1.1.3. If I then navigate back up the tree in
the browser and try to return to the item by selecting it in the browser
tree, the contents are replaced by three folders named Branch, Tags, and
Trunk. Trying to open these folders sometimes displays another set of
the same three folders and sometimes displays the error message
described above.

There were changes pending in the working set when I did the TSVN
update. I can't say for sure but it seems many of the messed up folders
had changes pending. I haven't tried to update or commit anything from
the working set since the TSVN update for fear of messing things up worse.

Is there any way to save this repository?

Russell Munk

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Received on Thu Mar 3 18:29:39 2005

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