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It means one of the repository files is corrupt! It could be a revision files in db/revs or it could be a revprop file in db/revprops. A serialized hash is a series of K/V pairs followed by END: Take a look at this solution (Python script): Runs the 'svnadmin verify -r ' and checks 'serialized hash missing terminator error'. If the error is reported, ...


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To show the repository that any working folder is derived from: Locate any svn working folder (working folders will have a .svn sub-folder). Right-click on the folder. Select "properties" from the explorer context menu. Switch to the "subversion" tab.


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Search for folders with .svn subfolder - it means that folder that has it is SVN repository.


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I was experiencing a similar problem after altering this setting. In the history-window, I was double-clicking on the modified files in the bottom-right-hand pane, assuming that would give me the diff. Instead, kdesvn opened a window containing the text of the file. I've now realised my mistake: double-clicking = "annotate" action In order to diff, ...


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What needs to be set up for a Linux server to checkout a Subversion repository from another Linux server? Subversion needs to be installed on the client server and the Subversion repository server. You cannot use the "http://" convention without Apache. If you want to not install Apache, use "svn://" instead. Why a I getting this error? ...


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I have atlast found the solution for this error. Solution: For Linux Environment we should use the extracted version of the file "ctags-5.8-1.i386.rpm" which holds the ctags file. Now OpenGrok is working fine in Linux with Static Source (The Source projects available in the mentioned source folder). Anyway thanks for the timely suggestions guys !!! ...



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