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From Joseph Klida <jkl...@amadeusconsulting.com>
Subject Checksum Kind Mismatch
Date Tue, 03 Apr 2012 21:50:28 GMT
I am seeing a problem where I am trying to commit a file change to Subversion 1.7.4 over HTTP
(via Apache) and am getting the following error:

Transmitting file data .svn: E235000: In file 'D:\Development\SVN\Releases\TortoiseSVN-1.7.6\ext\subversion\subversion\libsvn_wc\wc_db_pristine.c'
line 482: assertion failed ((*md5_checksum)->kind == svn_checksum_md5)

Using SmartSVN, I get a similar error that provides a little more info:
Commit failed (details follow): Checksum mismatch for 'C:\Projects\...'; expected '$sha1$...',
actual: '$md5$...'

Why would svn not be able to determine the correct checksum alg to use?

All machines involved are Windows (7 SP1 and 2008R2 SP1). Server is using VisualSVN Server
(Apache based). Would it be possible that VisualSVN-Apache are always assuming MD5?

Would this a bug in svn? TortoiseSVN? VisualSVN Server?

FYI, I am NOT on the mailing-list, so please CC me.

Thanks
-joe

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