Svn checksum mismatch while updating dating tipps

21 Oct

If you still get such crc errors and each time you redo the checkout which file it errors on is different, your hard drive is likely dying, or something else is corrupting it...

either memory, cpu, motherboard, hard drive controller...

-- Entities are also chained in their scope, through the Next_Entity link.

-- As a consequence, the name space is organized as a sparse matrix, where -- each row corresponds to a scope, and each column to a source identifier.

If the scope is a package declaration, -- its visible declarations may still be accessible.

Therefore the entities -- defined in such a scope are left on the visibility chains, and only -- their visibility (immediately visibility or potential use-visibility) -- is affected.

Each identifier -- that denotes an entity points to the corresponding defining occurrence. Each occurrence holds -- an index into the names table, where source identifiers are stored.

If the scope is not a package -- declaration, these entities are never visible subsequently, and can be -- removed from visibility chains.

-- Open scopes, that is to say scopes currently being compiled, have their -- corresponding rows of entities in order, innermost scope first.

-- The scopes of packages that are mentioned in context clauses appear in -- no particular order, interspersed among open scopes.

CF: Google did not yield an answer, I'm re-asking the question, though with a slightly different file.

Help, please, from anybody knowing how to work around the issue. - Bruce $ sh contrib/gcc_update Updating SVN tree svn: Checksum mismatch for 'gcc/ada/.svn/text-base/sem_ch8svn-base'; expected: 'bf7be49fb4a377ca037b7c6fe02b1d5a', actual: '7160397e628c7b3dba95c55c0e50bbae' Adjusting file timestamps SVN update of full tree failed.