The hung enlistment is experiencing the "Cannot accept 'svn:log' property because it is not encoded in UTF-8" error at or around revision 304. Due to the circumstances, started a re-fetch which is caught in a retry loop and not expected to resolve itself.
I'm sure you've seen this problem before and can counsel the project manager on what needs to be done but let me know if I can help.
Consider it done... BCC to you.
That's strange, I am pretty sure we have already solved this issue years ago... but maybe it was fixed on another revision or on another path...
I have set the svn:log property to a valid utf-8 message.
Thanks for reporting the issue and your help :)
I'm currently checking the logs and I've already found and fixed 3 other issues...
This is cool... I like instant feedback! I'll wait until you let me know then I'll kick off the re-fetch and see if the problems have been resolved.
I've checked the 7500 first commits and fixed a lot of issues (70+) in the log messages... For now I cannot read one more line on my screen or my brain is going to explode.
I will continue on monday (I'm on vacation and probably without Internet until then).
Thanks for the yeoman effort and will be watching next week.
Have a good vacation! (No internet for you!)
I have fixed more problems this morning. All should be fine now.
Let me know if there are still issues.
Frederic and Marc,
First, Frederic, thanks for all your effort in getting the logs into shape.
The three Fetches have finished OK (11252, 11542 and 12248 commits). A full update started immediately and also finished OK. Analysis page is now at May 21 2012 and last commit is at 2012-05-16. Updates should run every 8 to 16 hours for a while.
Either of you can remind me here if things come to a halt.
Thanks so much for all you both do!
It seems that the code from the subversion repository for claroline has not been updated for a month now, but no error message appears. I've checked the svn log, but all seems OK there.
Is there a new issue with the repositories ?
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