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RE: Java(.war) files corruption after migrating from CVS NT to SVN

From: Pulkit Kumar <pulkit_kumar_at_persistent.co.in>
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 13:24:40 +0530

Hello All,


Missed one thing in the below mail.......


The issue is not coming with all the jar/war/zip files i.e. it is occurring
with very few of the jar/war/zip files (probably 2%) which are big in size
(between 20-40MB in size).


However there are few binaries bigger than 40MB which have been successfully
migrated from CVS NT to SVN (windows) thru cvs2svn utility.


Thanking you all in advance......






From: pulkit kumar [mailto:pulkit_kumar_at_persistent.co.in]
Sent: Friday, January 09, 2009 10:01 AM
To: 'users_at_cvs2svn.tigris.org'
Subject: Java(.war) files corruption after migrating from CVS NT to SVN


Hello All,

We have used cvs2svn tool for migration of code from CVS NT to SVN

Migration was hassle free and successful, but after migration we checkedOut
the code from SVN and came to know that the size of all Java .war files have
changed to 128KB (means files are corrupted) although in properties of the
.war files in both SVN and CVS is showing as binary type.

Whereas when we checkedOut the same files from CVS NT, the files are
appearing in actual size.

Any pointers for the above issue are highly appreciated

Thanking in advance.......


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