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My database is messed up (continued)

From: Rowan Sylvester-Bradley <rowan_at_sylvester-bradley.org>
Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2011 14:29:00 -0000

My database seems to have become somewhat corrupted. If I try to commit my
project, Tortoise tells me that nothing has changed and there's nothing to
do. But if, on one particular file, I do a Diff with Previous Version, it
shows me differences.


If I insert a trivial change in my source file (add a space at the end of
the first line) and try to commit, it finds the change, and when I
double-click the file in the Commit dialog to show diffs, it finds just this
one diff. This is comparing with rev 140.


 But if I cancel the commit, go to the file and click Diff with Previous
Version, it shows me lots more changes. This is comparing with rev 139.


Is version 140 in my database? Has it been correctly committed? Or am I at
risk of losing these changes? If version 140 has been successfully
committed, why, when I do Diff with Previous Version, is it comparing with
version 139?


Thanks - Rowan


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