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The ontopia project svn has not been indexed for the last 2 years. It now looks as if this has been inactive for that time, but it hasn't been.
Could you please have a look why the svn indexing stopped?
Peter-Paul reported the problem to me December, 2011 and I've heard nothing since. I will start a new fetch to see if the issues have been resolved and will report back here with the results.
Fetch failed. Around r2096 or so a reference fails to 'trunk/ontopia-db2tm/src/test/resources/net/ontopia/testdata/db2tm/in/sync' not present.
Even the web interface behaves strangely when walking through the revisions at this path.
This is the same error that was present 21/Dec/11. Can you follow up and ask to have the subversion sanity checked by the administrators to see if this is something that can be repaired? We can't proceed past this until the error is resolved.
Yea something went wrong in r2094. The db2tm/in/sync directory exists in 2094, but not in 2093. In 2094 we moved a whole lot of code up one directory level with new names, I guess something went wrong when committing it.
I've locally tried to svnsync the entire repository to a local folder, which failed with the same message.
I've not found any tool on google code that can check the repository for sanity, so I've created an issue at google code requesting a fix .
Perfect! Please keep me up-to-date if you get any love from the administrators.
So far no love from the admins, has your code changed to ignore such errors in the mean time? I'd love to get an update of project statistics somehow
You can look into running our open-source ohcount software at https://github.com/blackducksw/ohcount against the code outside of ohloh. That's if you can deal with the ruby etc. To be frank, I suspect a lot of the issue is baked into subversion and svnsync and not much we can do about that unless a new-new version avoids it.
Now that Google code is closing down, we decided to move to Github. We updated the project's source control on openhub, but it isn't syncing (stuck in queue). Could you have a look?