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Re: How to check integrity of a working copy?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-10-10 04:06:21 CEST

Stefano Spinucci <virgo977virgo@yahoo.it> writes:
> Today, after an 'svn up' I turned off my USB hard disk, and (kindly)
> Windows XP gave me a message saying not all the data was written on the
> USB drive.
> Then I turned on the USB hd and with 'svn st' I found no error.
> If i'm not mistaken 'svn st' compares only dates, not contents (or
> hashes).
> Then, there is a way to check REALLY the integrity of the wk, ie a
> local version of 'svnadmin verify'???

Well, you could do a manual diff between all your working files and
their .svn/tex-base/foo.svn-base equivalents. If the only differences
are keywords and other expected things, then you're safe. If you get
random differences, then you've got a problem.


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