As there seem to be a lot of users with broken pristine files[1], what about implementing a “repair pristine” command or option for cleanup which re-fetches those from the server?


Best regards

Markus Schaber


[1] Some common reason may be global search/replace which accidentally also hits the pristine files, another reason is a different process locking the pristine copy on SVN 1.6 while SVN itsself tries to update it. (The second reason is unlikely for 1.7, as the pristine files are now named by hash value, and not by original file name.)


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