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Unix and a commit by a different user.

From: Gleason, James D <james.d.gleason_at_boeing.com>
Date: 2004-04-23 19:49:01 CEST

I'm using subversion on Solaris.

We had a working view owned by one user.
Another user did a commit from that view.
He got an error that said something about text-base. [We don't have the
error recorded]

Then the owner was unable to update the view.
We [apparently a foolish move] had the "problem files" chowned back to
the orginal owner.

Now we get
svn: Checksum mismatch for
expected: 'b9cfa97357c4e3b06c476fd344214dcb', actual:

So I have two questions ...
   Is this working view permanently corrupted?
   Is it possible for one user to commit from a working view owned by
someone else?

Thanks, Jim

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