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Re: Discontinuing the use of SVN.

From: Martin Probst <martin_at_x-hive.com>
Date: 2005-06-07 10:17:02 CEST


> That's true, Subversion could in theory recover from this. However,
> our feeling has been that the .svn area is sacred: if you can't trust
> the text-base/ files, then you can't trust the entries file either --
> all bets are off.

I remember I used to wedge my .svn directories using TortoiseSVN - it
was a bug related to the fact that Tortoise cannot change the path or
something - I don't know if it's fixed by now.

However, this happened every now and then, and in the endeffect the only
solution (without manually editing entries fiels etc.) was to delete the
whole SVN checkout and co again.

Instead of dropping the whole repository, some forced fixup of the .svn
directories might be nice, IMHO.


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