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"svn cleanup" does not fix an incorrect text-base file

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-02-09 16:17:47 CET

Recently, I managed to get a WC damaged, in that some of the text-base files
did not match their checksums in the entries file. I do not know exactly
how this came about; I suspect that I interrupted an update or commit. And
I suspect that this situation is unavoidable.

But what was problematic was that "svn cleanup" did not reset the situation.
And I see no reason that it could not -- it has access to the text-base
files (without talking to the server) and the checksums, and can easily
verify their consistencies. And if they are not consistent, it has all the
information it needs to re-fetch the text-base file.


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Received on Wed Feb 9 16:21:58 2005

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