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Re: entries file corruption

From: Florian Schricker <fschricker_at_web.de>
Date: 2005-07-11 23:14:17 CEST

On Sun, 2005-07-10 at 17:04 -0400, John Szakmeister wrote:
> You could help out a little more by providing some more information.

Well ... I tried to rule out every possible source of these problems and
came to the conclusion that KDevelop-3.2.1's support for subversion
seems to be horribly broken; I activated this feature and re-compiled
and that's when these problems came up. After removing subversion
support from KDevelop-3.2.1 everything seems to be fine now, no
"spoiled" repository anymore since then! :-)
(And before that it goofed up almost three times a week...)

My work-queue's quite full atm but I guess after some weeks I'll try and
dig into it more deeply - maybe KDevelop's bugzilla or whatnot wants to
hear from me... ;-)

> Also, have you tried checking out a new working copy? I'd be very
> surprised if your repository is unusable. More than likely, it's just
> your working copy that's unusable.

Of course you're right - I can always check out a new working copy; it
was just the extra-work of merging in changed files from the broken tree
in the newly checked-out one by hand that made me report this.

> If you can give a few more details, perhaps we can figure out what
> happened.

In case this happens again, although I have KDevelop's subversion
support disabled, I'll report promptly and will try to give more
details. *fingers crossed

Thank you all for commenting on this strange issue,

Florian Schricker

A most overlooked advantage to owning a computer is: if they foul up
there's no law against wacking them around a bit.
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