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From nisha <nisham...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: how to manually check the MD5 of a file in SVN
Date Tue, 20 May 2014 06:28:42 GMT
I get the below error when i try to commit a file after making the changes

* [error]  Unable to PUT new contents for 
/svn-repo/repo1/!svn/wrk/2e9346e1-4501-0010-8b94-07aad1a3263e/SVNKIT/mv/ls/get/instance/sec/put/data.ndf.

 [403, #0]*
* [error]  Could not prepare to write the file  [500, #200014]*
* [error] Base checksum mismatch on 
'/SVNKIT/mv/ls/get/instance/sec/put/data.ndf':\n   expected: 
 b665e5adc3379bda81d493c4cce2cc54\n     actual: 
 ac5f257d9383da00f01ea5dbe7e00292\n  [500, #200014]*


On Monday, 19 May 2014 19:00:40 UTC+5:30, nisha wrote:
>
> I get a Base checksum mismatch error on commit operation. Not sure what 
> could have changed (or not changed) the hashed file or what could have 
> altered the MD5 during transportation (check out time or check in time). 
> While checking out, the working copy did not receive the original checksum 
> but an altered one; Working copy is not in sync. While checking in, the 
> server did not receive the original checksum or file but an altered one; 
> Does anyone knows how too manually check the MD5 of a file in SVN ? So that 
> i can make sure than after a checkout and before a checkin MD5 are 
> identical in the working copy and the server.
>

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