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Re: Upgrade to v1.7 = death of working copies

From: Julius Smith <julius.smith_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 11 May 2012 17:35:19 -0600

I figured out my problem! After finally getting my client downgraded to
1.6, I found that svn commands were still hanging. As I mentioned in my
original post, Comcast had reassigned my IP address while I was away, which
has only happened once before in a number of years (when I power-cycled my
cable modem). My server IPA references are normally handled through a
shell environment variable. My svn working copies, however, use an entry
in /etc/hosts instead, which I had forgotten about. After fixing that, I
had 1.6 to 1.6 communication working, but then of course my modified 1.7
working copies could not be checked in. Since I was confident based on
email to this list that 1.7 to 1.6 should work, I upgraded to 1.7 again in
my client, checked in the 1.7 working copies, upgraded my remaining working
copies, updated and checked in all mods, and everything seem to be working
fine.

Thanks for the help - this was my first post to this list and I was
impressed with the number of responses. While the problem had nothing to
do with subversion, I appreciate the additional useful information.

- Julius

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Received on 2012-05-12 01:35:52 CEST

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