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Re: SVN: Checksum mismatch problem

From: Bruce Korb <bkorb_at_gnu.org>
Date: 2006-05-22 15:46:39 CEST

Hi Bob,

On 5/21/06, Bob Proulx <bob@proulx.com> wrote:
> Bruce Korb wrote:
> > Philip Martin wrote:
> > >The capital 'I' in 'Is' looks wrong.
> > ...
> > That's what I wanted: a nice, simple answer that was short of re-pulling
> > the entire repository. [...]
> Sometimes I run commands to walk down the filesystem and do things to
> the files in them. With CVS this was never a problem, never a false
> hit, because CVS did not keep a pristine copy of the database around.

Except sometimes in the CVS/Base directory. :)

I do that also, but I am also careful to prune repository
directories (CVS, .svn or SCCS even). I rather doubt it is my RAM,
BTW. Perhaps a disk sector, but I'll never know now. (Were it RAM,
the failure would be random and not just the one file.) The original
data were rm-ed and replaced with a new pull of the Ada code.

> I have no idea if this is possibly the type of thing that happened to
> you or not.

In any event, since my GCC work is constrained to fixincludes, I have
no need of recursive mass edits, so I haven't used the technique with
that code. Especially one that would miscapitalize a sentence. :)

Thanks - Bruce

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