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RE: hash.c :312 Assert filed Key != NULL

From: Mark Hewitt
Subject: RE: hash.c :312 Assert filed Key != NULL
Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2001 18:58:57 +0100

OK, so this is very old now, but we too have started getting this
assertion failure with CVS 1.11.1pl1 on Solaris 2.6.  The similar
circumstances are that a file was cvs rm'd and readded (same name)
at a later revision of that module.  I guess this must have been 
seen elsewhere?


-----Original Message-----
From: David Fuller [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: 16 May 2001 16:55
To: Amit Tewari
Cc: address@hidden; address@hidden
Subject: Re: hash.c :312 Assert filed Key != NULL

Well, you may want to consider simply renaming the rcs file to the
correct case.  Anyone who has that file checked out will have to
re-check out the file.

-- David F.

Amit Tewari wrote:
> Hi,
> We are getting this error
> "hash.c :312 Assert failed Key != NULL"
> When we are trying to re-add a file in right "Case"
> which was removed from CVS using "cvs remove" from NT
> which off course is not case sensitive.
> The story is that file was initially added on the
> branch and never got added to the trunck but CVS
> automatically adds version 1.1 on the trunk anyway
> then file was removed "using cvs remove " because it
> was in the wrong "case" ( say file.txt) when we tired
> to readd it using "cvs add" with the right "Case" (
> say File.txt) we started getting following error
> Assertion failed: *rcsnode == NULL,
> We found out from the list that there is bug and hence
> renamed the file to "file.txt.old' and then tried to
> add it again but then we got
> "hash.c :312 Assert failed Key != NULL"
> What we want to do is to add the file in the right
> "case" ( File.txt )
> I will greatly appreciate any help in this regard
> Thanks
> Amit
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