[OSM-dev] Problem with svn?

Robert (Jamie) Munro rjmunro at arjam.net
Tue May 15 22:50:10 BST 2007


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Nick Whitelegg wrote:
> I've just updated the latest SVN and get this problem:
> 
> A  applications/rendering/osmarender4/symbols/customs.svg
> svn: Checksum mismatch for 
> 'applications/rendering/osmarender4/.svn/text-base/symbol-catalogue.png.svn-base'; 
> recorded: '85635408992510277f3e27937df437d7', actual: 
> 'e217228a5f364808d925ef2d6e4013f8'
> [nick at 58 osm]$ svn update applications
> svn: Checksum mismatch for 
> 'applications/rendering/osmarender4/.svn/text-base/symbol-catalogue.png.svn-base'; 
> recorded: '85635408992510277f3e27937df437d7', actual: 
> 'e217228a5f364808d925ef2d6e4013f8'
> 
> Is this a known issue? Is my SVN too old?

The problem is that svn keeps a backup copy of the last version it
downloaded as well as the version you have edited so that it can do
diffs without needing to ask the server for a copy of the original file.
According to this error, the backup copy of symbol-catalogue.png has
been edited or corrupted somehow. I don't know how to recover from this
situation other than to delete the whole folder check it out from svn
again. If you want to keep changes you have made, you can use svn diff
to get a patch file then re-apply it.

Robert (Jamie) Munro
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