Checksum mismatch while updating eclipse
The result is something like:commit -m "" /home/moovida/rcpdevelopment/WORKSPACES/jgrassudig33workspace/eu.hydrologis.jgrass.charting.jfreechart.libs/META-INF/MANIFEST. svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: Commit failed (details follow):svn: Checksum mismatch for '/home/moovida/rcpdevelopment/WORKSPACES/jgrassudig33workspace/eu.hydrologis.jgrass.charting.jfreechart.libs/META-INF/MANIFEST. MF Sending /home/moovida/rcpdevelopment/WORKSPACES/jgrassudig33workspace/eu.hydrologis.jgrass.charting.jfreechart.libs/META-INF/MANIFEST. MF'; expected: 'e59ba98152ab43ed640cdf076b0cdc51', actual: '0fad1171d44dba8be24547671ef6b510'Well, after trying to replace the local file with the remote one a couple of times:revert -N /home/moovida/rcpdevelopment/WORKSPACES/jgrassudig33workspace/eu.hydrologis.jgrass.charting.jfreechart.libs/META-INF/MANIFEST. The real problem is in those nice hidden svn-something files in every folder. So the deal is to remove the folder containing the corrupted file and update again. Contrary to the title of the blog post, however, I didn’t find Chris’s instructions all that clear, so I thought I’d take a shot at explaining it in a way that is maybe a little easier to follow.
This worked for me, if it doesn't work for you, try one of the other links above. If you're paranoid enough, getting into this situation in the first place (most likely a corrupted block on your drive) won't be that scary because you keep your tree checked out on multiple machines.were located in the working copy, and we had to deal with them if we tried to copy or move parts of our working copy without exporting them.But this allowed such manipulation as I described above.An adage you'll hear from snotty slashdotters is "if you only have one backup, your data's not that important." and if you believe dire predictions there's no substitute for multiple, geo-redundant backups. In my examples I'm going to use abcd1234 for subversion's expected checksum and 1234abcd for the actual, and to indicate the corrupted file.It's not immediately clear when you see that error which file specifically is causing the problem.
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So if we do an update after the commit, we get the right new version. Cheers, Hauke ====================================================================== First typical message: org.connector.