SVN checkout problems

I have a recurring problem with SVN VCS support. While I have a working
copy in the server that builds correctly, the server sometimes doesn't
always get the new version, and the only way I've been able to work around
that problem is by removing the Server folder from the work directory of
my build agents.

Regards,
Pablo
--

You'll change your definitions of "fat" and "ugly" to save your
self-respect.

Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy

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Hello Pablo,

Could you please check the time on TC server is the same as time on svn
server?
Thanks!

--
Olesya Smirnova
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Pablo Montilla" <melkor@odyssey.com.uy> wrote in message
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>I have a recurring problem with SVN VCS support. While I have a working
>copy in the server that builds correctly, the server sometimes doesn't
>always get the new version, and the only way I've been able to work around
>that problem is by removing the Server folder from the work directory of
>my build agents.
>

Regards,
Pablo
--

>

You'll change your definitions of "fat" and "ugly" to save your
self-respect.

>

Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy



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On Fri, 30 Mar 2007 06:23:32 -0300, Olesya Smirnova
<Olesya.Smirnova@jetbrains.com> wrote:

Hello Pablo,

>

Could you please check the time on TC server is the same as time on svn
server?
Thanks!

>
They have the same timezone and the same time (a delta of 30s maybe, but
that's all).

Regards,
Pablo

--

:death code: n. A routine whose job is to set everything in the
computer -- registers, memory, flags, everything -- to zero, including
that portion of memory where it is running; its last act is to stomp on
its own "store zero" instruction. Death code isn't very useful, but
writing it is an interesting hacking challenge on architectures where
the instruction set makes it possible, such as the PDP-8 (it has also
been done on the DG Nova).

Perhaps the ultimate death code is on the TI 990 series, where all
registers are actually in RAM, and the instruction "store immediate 0"
has the opcode "0". The PC will immediately wrap around core as many
times as it can until a user hits HALT. Any empty memory location is
death code. Worse, the manufacturer recommended use of this instruction
in startup code (which would be in ROM and therefore survive).
-- from The on-line Hacker Jargon File V423

Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy

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Could you please file corresponding bug request into JIRA?
Thanks!

--
Olesya Smirnova
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Pablo Montilla" <melkor@odyssey.com.uy> wrote in message
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On Fri, 30 Mar 2007 06:23:32 -0300, Olesya Smirnova
<Olesya.Smirnova@jetbrains.com> wrote:

>
>> Hello Pablo,
>>
>> Could you please check the time on TC server is the same as time on svn
>> server?
>> Thanks!
>>

They have the same timezone and the same time (a delta of 30s maybe, but
that's all).

>

Regards,
Pablo

>

--

>

:death code: n. A routine whose job is to set everything in the
computer -- registers, memory, flags, everything -- to zero, including
that portion of memory where it is running; its last act is to stomp on
its own "store zero" instruction. Death code isn't very useful, but
writing it is an interesting hacking challenge on architectures where
the instruction set makes it possible, such as the PDP-8 (it has also
been done on the DG Nova).

>

Perhaps the ultimate death code is on the TI 990 series, where all
registers are actually in RAM, and the instruction "store immediate 0"
has the opcode "0". The PC will immediately wrap around core as many
times as it can until a user hits HALT. Any empty memory location is
death code. Worse, the manufacturer recommended use of this instruction
in startup code (which would be in ROM and therefore survive).
-- from The on-line Hacker Jargon File V423

>

Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy



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On Fri, 06 Apr 2007 06:54:29 -0300, Olesya Smirnova
<Olesya.Smirnova@jetbrains.com> wrote:

Could you please file corresponding bug request into JIRA?
Thanks!

>
Done: http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/TW-2338

Regards,
Pablo
--

"He seems to think that posterity is a pack-horse, always ready to be
loaded."
-- Benjamin Disraeli

Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy

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