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Re: Subversion checkin problem

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-10-24 21:15:08 CEST

On 10/24/07, Chris 'Xenon' Hanson <xenon@3dnature.com> wrote:
> To follow up on this situation, which I haven't yet resolved, it appears that sometimes
> the "all-wcprops" file does not get updated during a check-in. This does not get resolved
> by any amount of updating or "Clean Up" operations. Having someone else check in a change
> to the modified file and then updating to get that change seems to sort things out sometimes.
> It occurs while using TortoiseSVN or AnkhSVN, so it seems to be non-client-specific.
> What I'm stuck on now is determining _why_ this happens, and what to do about it. I am
> unclear about where to look for more debugging info, and whether I should be debugging the
> client or the server.

Ok. What I was able to grasp from the sources is that an update of
all-wcprops is triggered by the response sent by the server when
committing (MERGE http-request). If you would be able to capture the
network trace of the commit which isn't correctly updating some files,
we could try to figure out whether the wc-prop-update instruction is
missing from the response (meaning we have to search for the cause in
the server) or that maybe the response is truncated or that there are
other reasons why the wcprop isn't updated.



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