Conflict inside derivable.slate

Brian Rice water at
Thu Mar 17 17:41:00 PST 2005

On Mar 17, 2005, at 5:23 PM, Paul Dufresne wrote:

>> Just do "darcs unrecord derivable.slate" and "darcs pull".
> Sorry but I tend to believe that you are wrong.
> When I do darcs check, I get the information as that my repository is 
> indeed
> the sequential applications of all patches found in my repository.
> My hypothesis is that if one do darcs get of main now, he
> would get either the same derivable.slate files as I do, or
> either darcs check will indicate corruption of main.
> [I'll try later if no one confirm my hypothesis, or convince my
> I am wrong before, as I am doing an upgrade of my system nom]
> According to what you say:
>> Sorry about the weirdness. I had to deal with that as I worked from 
>> two
>> machines and upgraded DARCS at some point along the line.
> I tend to believe that if you do darcs check, you
> would see that your repository is "corrupted".

I did, on all of them. The checks passed.

>> The current file in the server repositories is in good shape.
> Then, if you doing darcs check result in showing derivable.slate 
> corrupted,
> what I believe should be done is that you do:
>  darcs remove derivable.slate
>  darcs add derivable.slate

The darcs check command passes on all repositories on the server, too.

Brian T. Rice
LOGOS Research and Development

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