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Re: svn log busted; how do I troubleshoot?

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2003-11-19 22:27:52 CET

"Wadsworth, Eric (Contractor)" <wadswore@fhu.disa.mil> writes:

> I just build a new svn 0.33.0 server, and imported my repository. After
> adding some more stuff to it, I did "svn log" on a file, and it reports:
> svn: Bogus date
> svn: read_entries: CML parser failer ().

"CML"? Do you mean "XML"?

> svn: Date conversion failed.
> While everything else I've tried works fine, this feature is busted. Where
> do I go to start troubleshooting the problem?

I think it's a problem with the .svn/entries file in the directory in
which you ran log. One of the timestamps in that file cannot be
converted to time. Did you modify the file by hand outside of
Subversion? If not, then it appears Subversion can write a file that
it is not capable of reading. Does you machine show the right time?

Philip Martin
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Received on Wed Nov 19 22:29:19 2003

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