svn convert "issue"

Apparently Tanya and I got dropped from svn commit privs. That is now fixed.

The next issue is that John left his cvs convert script in his crontab (which I just removed). As such, *all svn commits that happened since the switchover have been lost*. Needless to say, this irritates me.

John, will you please reapply all lost commits? You can find the diffs here:
http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/pipermail/llvm-commits/Week-of-Mon-20070625/thread.html

r37825 is the last commit that is now missing on svn head.

Please fix this ASAP!

-Chris

This has all been fixed now. The tree should be fine, with no contents lost and with the same rev #'s as before.

If you get any "checksum mismatch" errors, plz remove your tree and check it out again. This should only happen if you updated very recently.

SVN is open for business. Lets wait a few days before we move anything else over. :slight_smile:

-Chris

Chris Lattner wrote:

The next issue is that John left his cvs convert script in his crontab (which I just removed). As such, *all svn commits that happened since the switchover have been lost*. Needless to say, this irritates me.
    

I'm sorry about that. I did use the crontab command early Friday morning to clear out my crontab, but either I didn't use the command correctly or I cleared it on the wrong machine (I might have typed it into a window for my local machine instead of in the window for llvm.org).

This has all been fixed now. The tree should be fine, with no contents lost and with the same rev #'s as before.

If you get any "checksum mismatch" errors, plz remove your tree and check it out again. This should only happen if you updated very recently.

SVN is open for business. Lets wait a few days before we move anything else over. :slight_smile:
  

Reid sent an email asking people not to commit. Does this take care of all the issues alluded to in his email, or are there other issues yet to be resolved (aside from needing to add people to htpasswd; I'm aware of that one)?

-- John T.

Yes, Chris and I were working on the same issue. I just wanted to make
it abundantly clear that while we were working on it, people shouldn't
commit.

The SVN repository is restored now and people may commit. There are
still several administrative things to do but there's no show-stoppers
at this point.

Reid.

Yes.

-Chris