Checksum mismatch while updating svn delta source ended unexpectedly
Source Forge will allow you to login and will not tell you the password is expired. Source Forge User can only be stored to disk unencrypted!
Air blown into the trumpet refuses to pass through, rendering the instrument unplayable. MF Reverted /home/moovida/rcpdevelopment/WORKSPACES/jgrassudig33workspace/eu.hydrologis.jgrass.charting.jfreechart.libs/META-INF/MANIFEST. I can’t explain why this happened because in my several-year-long history with Subversion, I’ve never experienced this issue once.View source code: https://sourceforge.net/p/tikiwiki/code/HEAD/tree/ Historical Revision Numbers: See: https://sourceforge.net/p/tikiwiki/code/HEAD/tree/tags/ for the revision numbers of Tiki releases.For descriptions about each branch, please see: Where to commit for more information.This means that anonymous and developer access are the same...
This is very nice Note that if you have a message like this one when trying to commit, it means that your password has expired and you need to login through Source Forge’s web interface to change it.
However, today, I fell into the (arguably) unfortunate circumstance of running into a most disturbing error from SVN.
When trying to commit my changes, SVN barfed at me and complained of a “checksum mismatch”.
Working copy text base is corrupt svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: Checksum mismatch for '~/blah/.svn/text- base/svn-base'; expected: '548b9bb4b24bc580ab8694c583b28013', actual: '8b2b3cf4615de3d8520ae4841b3b0a8b' Upvote because this works and is a clearly better solution than either of the higher ranked answers.
That's overkill for a big repo or many changes.
There was no indication of a version mismatch other than the "svn: E200014: Base checksum mismatch" error. But the project is too big, and I have changed too many codes, comparing will cost a lot of time.