Svn checksum mismatch while updating eclipse
An adage you'll hear from snotty slashdotters is "if you only have one backup, your data's not that important." and if you believe dire predictions there's no substitute for multiple, geo-redundant backups. In my examples I'm going to use abcd1234 for subversion's expected checksum and 1234abcd for the actual, and to indicate the corrupted file.
It's not immediately clear when you see that error which file specifically is causing the problem.
Trust me, you don’t want to edit those files directly. A checksum is a shortened hash that represents the contents of a file.
You can do a grep (inadvisable) to find the expected (abcd1234) checksum string in revs, or do the following: Step 2: Rejiggering Step 3: Restoration Again, this is just what *I* did, and if you're not comfortable doing it, try one of the other links for alternatives.
I have this bad habbit to forget that I work in an svn environment and sometimes remove-copy-edit-trash-and-whatever files and folders by hand.