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Re: SVN Totally Hosed

From: Phil Manicyrck <manicyrck_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-23 01:22:33 CEST

On 8/22/05, William Nagel <bill@stagelogic.com> wrote:
> On Aug 22, 2005, at 4:22 PM, Phil Manicyrck wrote:
> > called the SVN command line tool with some erroneous parameters, at
> > least parameters that are not defined.
> Any idea what commands you called it with? There's not much anyone
> can do to help without that info.

The .bat files are generated by the monad script and then removed
after execution, since there are hundreds of such files (one per
subfolder) so I am not 100% sure what commands were executed but it
was doing a great many at the same time (to speed it up) and I did
find some bugs and fix them on the fly during execution but I didn't
think that was related to the issue. Any ideas on the E_FAIL issue
from the VB Script piece? It came mostly from the VSS automation
samples on MSDN, you should start by reading this article :
although this applies to version 6.0c which I cannot use for obvious
reasons. .Do you think that is the issue?

> svnadmin command but even that should be fairly safe. Of course, I'm
> sure you're working from a backup of the repository, so your best bet
> is probably just to fix the problems in your conversion script and

I'll try to find out if my client has a repository backup without
raising their suspicions.

Thanks Bill!

Thanks Much,
Phil Manicyrck, MCAD/MCSD.NET/MCSE

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