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RE: Re: Impossible to launch any commande ERROR message need config: header

From: Bernard TREMBLAY <bty-adminf1_at_trebly.net>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2011 19:13:08 -0800 (PST)


1- The install option "repair".

2- I edit config file to change the [helper] section values diff-cmd and diff-cmd3 as defined into FAQ.

But I have not changed anything (saved once, may be...)
First set the values , not use, and revert to origin.

You give me the idea that it could be a problem of file format, generally I just edit UTF-8 and LF only, may be this is the problem.
I try test with other (as CR/LF for windows envt, were I am) but the system refuses any other file format.
I explain only for information my project :
If I use diff-cmd and diff-cmd3 as defined into FAQ, all files will be locked, I want only lock someones (put in conflict), as it is detailed into the thread opened "Lock merge function into working copy" on 02.23.

I want to go further than locking all using these options diff-cmd and diff-cmd3 or the "merge-tool-cmd". As I said in my last message on the thread I try to find the clear description of parameters and I would write a command able to allow the builtin merge or make a lock from a files list. The list should be built by the projects editor using a particular folder for file to lock.
I don't has time to begin this.
I never gone to this subjects into SVN. But I have a serious problem. I lost to much time with invalid merges (a few but terrible) and I can't forbid 95% of others merges (it is a big project Tikiwiki)

Best regards


> On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 19:45, Bernard TREMBLAY <bty-adminf1 at trebly dot net> wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I have searched but I don't found any message about this :
> >
> > This afternoon trying normally to launched SVN Update I suddenly receive the message (joined shot) :
> >
> > \application data\Subversion\config:1:Section header expected
> >
> > Any Tortoise command on any folder gives the same result.
> >
> > I try a "repair" without success.
> >
> > What could happen
> A "repair" of what, exactly?
> The error message seems to indicate that your config file is corrupt.
> Have you tried renaming it or moving it to another location, to force
> Subversion to create a new one?


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