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Questions and answers about the develop environment on http://develop.twiki.org/~develop/cgi-bin/view/

Why is it that the current version in SVN and develop.twiki.org are not in sync? A fresh download from SVN on my server gives bugs that are not on develop and vice versa.

Compare: http://develop.twiki.org/~develop/cgi-bin/view/Sandbox/TestTopic10

and compare: http://develop.twiki.org/~develop/cgi-bin/oops/Bugs/Item72?template=oopsattention;def=mandatory_field;param1=Summary

-- ArthurClemens - 06 Jul 2005

generally the differences between files are because there were conflicts during the svn update - which are caused by people editing the topic, but not checking in their modified version from their local svn shadow - not an easy fix frown

the topics that are not in svn are ones that were created using the twiki web interface - until someone writes the SvnStore, this will always happen frown

-- SvenDowideit - 07 Jul 2005

What I am trying to say is that on develop.twiki.org there seems to be another version of twiki than what I get from SVN. This makes it impossible to check for bugs, repair them locally, etc.

-- ArthurClemens - 07 Jul 2005

Running configure solved the issues.

-- ArthurClemens - 07 Jul 2005

yep - we spent some time yesterday looking into it, and it should be all good now. I'm now removeing all changes from the develop twiki every 5 minutes (Except Bugs & Sandbox), and anything older than 12 hours gets removed form sandbox too.

-- SvenDowideit - 08 Jul 2005

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