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svnsync: At least one property change failed; repository is unchanged

From: Andy Dalton <andy.dalton_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-31 01:04:56 CEST


I'm trying to use the 'svnsync' command to mirror a local repository
on goooglecode.com and I'm having a bit of an issue. When I issued
the command:

    $ svnsync sync --username <username> <repo>

everything went well until I got to revision 91, then I received the
following message:

    svnsync: At least one property change failed; repository is unchanged

The revision properties looked okay to me, so I thought it might be a
problem with some property on a file in that revision. I did find one
file that has these properties:


Notice 'svn:executable,svn:keywords'. I think this must have been a
typo on my part a long time ago. I know these days svn only allows a
predefined set of properties that begin with 'svn:'. I'm wondering if
this is what's causing the 'svnsync' to fail (i.e., the remote server
is rejecting this property because it starts with 'svn:' and is
invalid). If so, how do I recover from this problem so that I can
continue to sync the repository?



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