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Compatibility problem I think

From: Robert R. Kessler <kessler_at_cs.utah.edu>
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 13:53:28 -0700


So, I'm a professor here at the University of Utah. A student of mine was working on a project using tortoisesvn and ankh plugin inside of vs 2010. I'm trying to resurrect his code and have access to his svn tree. Unfortunately when I try to do a simple repro browse to the file tree I get the following error:

        Found format '5', only created by unreleased dev builds.

I've subsequently gone back and looked at the error messages and it says that it has to do with using version 1.7.0-alpha1.3. I'm using 1.7.x right now. I went into tortoisesvn archives and tried lots of versions of the software, from the 1.6.16 version up through each of the betas and RC1. The betas say that it is format 5 and formats 1-4 are only supported. Once I get to RC1 and then the other builds it gives the above error saying that it isn't supported.

I done some web searching to see if I can find the alpha1.3 version as maybe a hack to see if I can grab the files.

Bottom line - the svn tree has all of the source code to the project locked away and I have no way that I can figure out how to extract them.

Any help and advice would be most appreciated.



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