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Re: md5sum

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-17 09:21:01 CEST

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On 8/17/07, Steve Suehs <csuehs@drillinginfo.com> wrote:
> On a fresh checkout, is it reasonable for me to expect md5sum of a file
> to match the md5sum reported by svn info? Is it reasonable for me to be
> concerned when they do not match?

The md5 checksum you find in 'svn info' output relates to the files
you can find in the .svn area. This does not neccessarily match what
you have in your working files, because there are options which can
cause the files to be binary different. For example svn:keywords can
cause additional content to be inserted. svn:eol-style can cause
line-endings to be different from what's in the repository.



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