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Re: Unexpected End of Entry

Author kkolinko
Full name Konstantin Kolinko
Date 2009-01-10 00:57:58 PST
Message > She thought it might be possible that

It might be. As well as the antivirus or other software. As your
errors occur at random places, it is likely to be some interference.


> They're running Subclipse and SVNKit 1.2 I believe.

You should know, that SVNKit is a reimplementation of Subversion
client layer. That is different from all other svn clients that call
the standard svn api libraries. There might be differences.


2009/1/9 agentphoenix <david.vanscott@g​mail.com>:
> I just had a chat with one of the IT support people and was telling
> her about the issues. When I told her the issue and that the anti-
> virus stuff was suspect, she told me that all our company's laptops
> run CREDANT Mobile Shield, a program that encrypts and decrypts files
> on the laptops. She thought it might be possible that, since CREDANT
> is running all the time, that that's what's interfering with TSVN more
> so than the anti-virus software. Has anyone seen anything similar or
> are we just grasping at straws at this point?
>
>
> David
>
> On Jan 9, 6:48 am, agentphoenix <david.vansc...@g​mail.com> wrote:
>> They're running Subclipse and SVNKit 1.2 I believe. When the working
>> copy fails, it fails all over the places. There's never one place
>> that it always gets caught on. It's really baffling. :/
>>
>> David
>>
>> On Jan 8, 9:16 pm, Konstantin Kolinko <knst.koli...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > 2009/1/8 agentphoenix <david.vansc...@g​mail.com>:
>>
>> > > That's my next step. I'm checking out one of my repositories with the
>> > > latest version of TSVN. If I can get it to fail, I'm going to setup
>> > > Eclipse and see what happens. I'll let you know what happens.
>>
>> > What Eclipse plugin for svn are the others using: Subclipse or
>> > Subversive, what version?
>> > What SVN connector for that plugin are they using: JavaHL or SVNKit,
>> > what version?
>>
>> > Is it some specific place in your working copy that fails? Can you locate it?
>>
>> > Best regards,
>> > Konstantin Kolinko
>>
>

Re: Unexpected End of Entry

Author agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Full name agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-09 10:33:52 PST
Message I just had a chat with one of the IT support people and was telling
her about the issues. When I told her the issue and that the anti-
virus stuff was suspect, she told me that all our company's laptops
run CREDANT Mobile Shield, a program that encrypts and decrypts files
on the laptops. She thought it might be possible that, since CREDANT
is running all the time, that that's what's interfering with TSVN more
so than the anti-virus software. Has anyone seen anything similar or
are we just grasping at straws at this point?


David

On Jan 9, 6:48 am, agentphoenix <david.vansc...@g​mail.com> wrote:
> They're running Subclipse and SVNKit 1.2 I believe.  When the working
> copy fails, it fails all over the places.  There's never one place
> that it always gets caught on.  It's really baffling.  :/
>
> David
>
> On Jan 8, 9:16 pm, Konstantin Kolinko <knst.koli...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > 2009/1/8 agentphoenix <david.vansc...@g​mail.com>:
>
> > > That's my next step.  I'm checking out one of my repositories with the
> > > latest version of TSVN.  If I can get it to fail, I'm going to setup
> > > Eclipse and see what happens.  I'll let you know what happens.
>
> > What Eclipse plugin for svn are the others using: Subclipse or
> > Subversive, what version?
> > What SVN connector for that plugin are they using: JavaHL or SVNKit,
> > what version?
>
> > Is it some specific place in your working copy that fails? Can you locate it?
>
> > Best regards,
> > Konstantin Kolinko
>
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Re: Unexpected End of Entry

Author agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Full name agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-09 03:48:59 PST
Message They're running Subclipse and SVNKit 1.2 I believe. When the working
copy fails, it fails all over the places. There's never one place
that it always gets caught on. It's really baffling. :/


David

On Jan 8, 9:16 pm, Konstantin Kolinko <knst.koli...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/1/8 agentphoenix <david.vansc...@g​mail.com>:
>
> > That's my next step.  I'm checking out one of my repositories with the
> > latest version of TSVN.  If I can get it to fail, I'm going to setup
> > Eclipse and see what happens.  I'll let you know what happens.
>
> What Eclipse plugin for svn are the others using: Subclipse or
> Subversive, what version?
> What SVN connector for that plugin are they using: JavaHL or SVNKit,
> what version?
>
> Is it some specific place in your working copy that fails? Can you locate it?
>
> Best regards,
> Konstantin Kolinko
>
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Re: Unexpected End of Entry

Author kkolinko
Full name Konstantin Kolinko
Date 2009-01-08 18:16:27 PST
Message 2009/1/8 agentphoenix <david.vanscott@g​mail.com>:
> That's my next step. I'm checking out one of my repositories with the
> latest version of TSVN. If I can get it to fail, I'm going to setup
> Eclipse and see what happens. I'll let you know what happens.
>

What Eclipse plugin for svn are the others using: Subclipse or
Subversive, what version?
What SVN connector for that plugin are they using: JavaHL or SVNKit,
what version?

Is it some specific place in your working copy that fails? Can you locate it?

Best regards,
Konstantin Kolinko

Re: Unexpected End of Entry

Author agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Full name agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-08 06:28:47 PST
Message That's my next step. I'm checking out one of my repositories with the
latest version of TSVN. If I can get it to fail, I'm going to setup
Eclipse and see what happens. I'll let you know what happens.


David

On Jan 8, 9:03 am, Brad Stiles <bradley.sti...@g​mail.com> wrote:
> > I checked with the other guys and while they all have Tortoise
> > installed, they're doing all their source code management through
> > Eclipse.  Why would doing SVN through Eclipse be any different from
> > Tortoise though?
>
> Not a clue.  :)  Can *you* get it to work through Eclipse, *and* get
> the same operation to fail on the same working copy using TSVN?

Re: Unexpected End of Entry

Author "Brad Stiles" <bradley dot stiles at gmail dot com>
Full name "Brad Stiles" <bradley dot stiles at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-08 06:03:23 PST
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Author agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Full name agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-08 05:56:02 PST
Message I checked with the other guys and while they all have Tortoise
installed, they're doing all their source code management through
Eclipse. Why would doing SVN through Eclipse be any different from
Tortoise though?


David

On Jan 8, 8:38 am, Brad Stiles <bradley.sti...@g​mail.com> wrote:
> > Symantec runs in the background, but there's nothing I can do to stop
> > the process.  The group policy is set so I can only see what options
> > are configured, I can't do anything to change them.  Is there way
> > around that or am I up the river without a paddle on this one?
>
> If you can get your network guys to turn off (even if it's only
> temporary, for testing purposes) on-access scanning, and only do scans
> for exectuables, in your working copies, that might help.  If it does,
> then you've found your problem.
>
> It is strange that no-one else seems to be having the problem.  Are
> there any differences between the way you and these others work?
> Different types of projects, different location for working copies,
> etc?
>
> /bs

Re: Unexpected End of Entry

Author "Brad Stiles" <bradley dot stiles at gmail dot com>
Full name "Brad Stiles" <bradley dot stiles at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-08 05:39:27 PST
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Author agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Full name agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-08 04:50:45 PST
Message Symantec runs in the background, but there's nothing I can do to stop
the process. The group policy is set so I can only see what options
are configured, I can't do anything to change them. Is there way
around that or am I up the river without a paddle on this one?


David

On Jan 8, 7:06 am, Simon Large <simon.tortoise..​.@googlemail.com>​
wrote:
> 2009/1/8 agentphoenix <david.vansc...@g​mail.com>:
>
> > I thought it was hardware too.  The IT group replaced my hard drive
> > because they thought the same thing, but it's still happening now with
> > the new hard drive.  The other developers haven't seen anything
> > remotely close to this issue, so we're all kind of stumped.
>
> Do you have any background processes running which might interfere?
> Virus scanners are a favourite for causing this kind of havoc.
>
> Simon
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Jan 7, 8:18 pm, Konstantin Kolinko <knst.koli...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> 2009/1/7 agentphoenix <david.vansc...@g​mail.com>:
>
> >> > I'm killing myself trying to figure this out.  I'm using TortoiseSVN
> >> > and I checkout some code from a repository.  I make a few changes then
> >> > go to commit them and Tortoise tells me that there's been an
> >> > unexpected end of entry and that I should try a cleanup and if that
> >> > doesn't work, I have to checkout a new copy.  Only problem is that it
> >> > happens consistently every time I checkout a repository.
>
> >> > Any ideas what might be going on?
>
> >> The message means that the .svn/entries file in one of the
> >> subdirectories is corrupt.
>
> >> What is the cause is another question.
>
> >> Can it be your hardware?
>
> >> Does it happen for the other developers of the same project?
>
> >> Best regards,
> >> Konstantin Kolinko
>
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Re: Unexpected End of Entry

Author "Simon Large" <simon dot tortoisesvn at googlemail dot com>
Full name "Simon Large" <simon dot tortoisesvn at googlemail dot com>
Date 2009-01-08 04:06:18 PST
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Author agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Full name agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-08 03:37:07 PST
Message I thought it was hardware too. The IT group replaced my hard drive
because they thought the same thing, but it's still happening now with
the new hard drive. The other developers haven't seen anything
remotely close to this issue, so we're all kind of stumped.


On Jan 7, 8:18 pm, Konstantin Kolinko <knst.koli...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/1/7 agentphoenix <david.vansc...@g​mail.com>:
>
> > I'm killing myself trying to figure this out.  I'm using TortoiseSVN
> > and I checkout some code from a repository.  I make a few changes then
> > go to commit them and Tortoise tells me that there's been an
> > unexpected end of entry and that I should try a cleanup and if that
> > doesn't work, I have to checkout a new copy.  Only problem is that it
> > happens consistently every time I checkout a repository.
>
> > Any ideas what might be going on?
>
> The message means that the .svn/entries file in one of the
> subdirectories is corrupt.
>
> What is the cause is another question.
>
> Can it be your hardware?
>
> Does it happen for the other developers of the same project?
>
> Best regards,
> Konstantin Kolinko
>
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Re: Unexpected End of Entry

Author kkolinko
Full name Konstantin Kolinko
Date 2009-01-07 17:18:16 PST
Message 2009/1/7 agentphoenix <david.vanscott@g​mail.com>:
> I'm killing myself trying to figure this out. I'm using TortoiseSVN
> and I checkout some code from a repository. I make a few changes then
> go to commit them and Tortoise tells me that there's been an
> unexpected end of entry and that I should try a cleanup and if that
> doesn't work, I have to checkout a new copy. Only problem is that it
> happens consistently every time I checkout a repository.
>
> Any ideas what might be going on?
>

The message means that the .svn/entries file in one of the
subdirectories is corrupt.

What is the cause is another question.

Can it be your hardware?

Does it happen for the other developers of the same project?

Best regards,
Konstantin Kolinko

Unexpected End of Entry

Author agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Full name agentphoenix <david dot vanscott at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-07 12:52:51 PST
Message I'm killing myself trying to figure this out. I'm using TortoiseSVN
and I checkout some code from a repository. I make a few changes then
go to commit them and Tortoise tells me that there's been an
unexpected end of entry and that I should try a cleanup and if that
doesn't work, I have to checkout a new copy. Only problem is that it
happens consistently every time I checkout a repository.

Any ideas what might be going on?
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