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base checksum mismatch on commit

From: allelopath <allelopath_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-06 17:08:52 CEST

A java package and its source files have gotten screwed up.
When I try to commit, I get this error:

svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Base checksum mismatch on '/some/directory/myfile.java':
   expected: d9afdd002865e5e0eb11b0912de7341d
     actual: 69b80400bcd01ddc3639ad5c9fe787e7

I want to commit the files on my client machine.
I don't care what's on the server now.

How should I proceed?
I can delete the pkg on the server if need be.

This problem is caused by renaming a pkg.
I had a package named 'calendar' and refactored-renamed it in eclipse to
'calendarData' and this confused subclipse

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