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Working with the parent directory of the "Makefile" file (in your case) or the most closer ancestor directory to the file with the problem Try to commit as much as possible of the modifications inside this folder and its child folders, until you remain with the minimum of resources that cannot be committed or only with the file having the problem (Makefile)Go in a file explorer application and move the folder mentioned above to a safe place.After, you come back in Syncro SVN Client, do a Refresh and it must report that the folder you moved is missing. I came in to realize the commit of a merge I made at the end of the day yesterday had failed.Whenever I would attempt to commit the merge changes, it would go through the entire process and then finally fail with a error message of: After trying a "Cleanup" and several other steps to rectify the problem, I finally did hit Google to try and find a solution.How can I recover this Checksum mismatch error in general? The error you have encountered it is an error regarding the internal meta-information used by the Subversion system to handle all the resources correctly, kept inside each ".svn" folder present in each folder of your working copy.When this information is modified externally by a user or by an application that is not able to work as a SVN client, then all the SVN mechanism is perturbed and errors like this may happen.It is absolutely necessary to have root access to the SVN respository.That is not only through the svnadmin command, but full command line access to the files, particularly to the “repos” directory.

You could now see what's in there (which right now is nothing).If you do not have root access to the repository, you cannot remove any data from the repository! For this example, let’s assume you accidentally committed the file with a plain text password The following commands are performed on your local machine within the working copy of the project, i.e. Before we start tinkering and forging the SVN history and its repository, first fix the affected file and commit a new revision to the repository.In most cases, people are not going to look in old revisions of a config file, so the faster you commit a new version, the less likely it is that someone sees it!Subversion is a centralized text versioning system, typically used for source code. You can check out any amount of working copies, which are a copy of the repository contents (or a subtree of it) that you can alter at will. If you want to avoid unnecessarily deep directory structures, keep in mind that the specific command matters.You can tell svn to synchronize only the changes with the repository. Considering the example above, and assuming the repository contains only a directory called statcollect: When you create new files in the working copy, they are not automatically versioned.Copy /tmp/blah/.svn/text-base/svn-base into orig-dir/.svn/text-base 3. Check in successfully I wish svn would let you refresh a given file from the server...maybe there's a command and I just haven't found it or my svn is too old.