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Revision File Format

From: Jackie Smith Cashion <jackie_at_arxceo.com>
Date: 2005-06-21 22:19:48 CEST

Is there an existing utility to verify and possibly repair a revision file?

In a previous post (How to verify a repository ...
I indicated that my repository might be corrupt due to a disk failure.
However, I have restored a very early copy of my repository from backup.
This copy was made long before the disk problems began. Even this early
copy exhibits the following:

svnadmin verify C:\svn\repos
* Verified revision 0.
* Verified revision 1.
* Verified revision 2.
svn: Revision file lacks trailing newline

I can see that C:\svn\repos\db\revs\3 does not end with a newline, but
I can't determine if that is all that is missing. Since I'm not a svn
developer I'm not familiar with the project header files. I bet there's
one that describes the rev file format.

As always, I appreciate your help.


Jackie Smith Cashion
Arxceo Corporation

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