Tortoise svn checksum mismatch while updating infertile men personals dating
It looked like I was either being redirected to the same SVN server again or all the changes have now been fully replicated to the other server (citation needed, I’m not actually 100% sure that current replication is asynchronous and not synchronous). After I have received this error message, I have tried a couple of things: directories) after trying #2 and #3 I have received the same error during the commit phase.
At this point, I ran out of the ideas and I didn’t want to bug the ASF infrastructure team just yet, so I have tried Googling around for a solution.
This was weird, because This resolved the issue and this time I have received no errors while transferring the deltas.
I’m still not exactly sure what caused this issue (there was obviously an inconsistency between a local and a remote state), but I was at least happy I have resolved it and I don’t need to deal with svn anymore.
Please address this situation and get us some SVN integration that works, so we can again start to trust our IDE. Some of the most destabilizing issues: IDEA 11.1.3 (released July 26th) was shipped with version r9277_v20120530_1958 of SVNKit (snapshot build of May 30th).
The incidents of corrupted working copies (causing huge loss of time) and threading-issues just make it almost unusable.
Will we have to wait for another year then to get 1.8 support?
I'd like to point out that: Still, these disruptive issues do not get fixed, and Jetbrains keeps shipping releases of IDEA with outdated snapshot builds of SVNKit .
(It’s worth nothing that other project members probably weren’t too happy, because this resulted in ~100 commits and each commit results in an notification email being sent to our [email protected] mailing list.) During those commits, all the files except 3 were committed successfully.
For those three offending files, the server returned an error message which said that those files were not part of the repository.