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The truth is I never bothered to look up what the recommended solution is, because it seems to me that any code repository that can’t guarantee what I get out of it is the same as what I put into it isn’t a versioning system I really want to trust the “recommended” solution of, anyway.Also known as: this is another reason why I like git better now.Something has gotten out of sync or has become corrupt, and because it's in your BASE directory, unless you are confident tinkering with this, you're probably better off deleting the parent of the directory and then perform an update.Of course, take a backup or see if an export works before doing this, so you don't lose any changes.But just in case, make a backup copy of the .svn\text-base file.I think this happened because i did an svn update before commit because it complained that my version is outdated.: Subversion 1.7 implements a new working copy approach which centralises the meta data, and it now has a single directory at the root of your working copy.Your best bet is a cleanup, failing that a fresh checkout into another directory and export or file copy the corrupted working copy except for the directory, over to the fresh checkout, and commit any local changes. First, check-in everything that can safely be checked in, and make sure to backup everything.
I believe this is related to the xml documentation files.
If you screw up your repository by following these steps, don't blame me.
This worked for me, if it doesn't work for you, try one of the other links above. If you're paranoid enough, getting into this situation in the first place (most likely a corrupted block on your drive) won't be that scary because you keep your tree checked out on multiple machines.
When I do a commit, I get the error: I tried to check out the directory again to ensure that it was clean and perform the commit again, but I still receive the same error.
Could it be related to committing to a pegged file?
I had same problem after googling for some help found articles that suggested to override the checksum in the .svn\entries file.