cygwin 1.7.15: svn disk I/O error

Christopher Faylor
Tue Aug 7 05:07:00 GMT 2012

On Mon, Aug 06, 2012 at 08:40:10PM -0400, Michael Gundlach wrote:
>On Fri, 15 Jun 2012, Warren Young wrote:
>>  tl;dr: someone made the problem go away by rolling my recent 3.7.12 release back to the prior 3.7.3 version.
>I also have this problem (on a new Win7x64 machine with an SSD)
>despite not having TortoiseSVN installed nor having Microsoft Security
>Essentials' Real Time scanning turned on.
>I'd be happy to revert SQLite to 3.7.3 and work around the problem.
>However, I am unable to revert SQLite from 3.7.12 to 3.7.3, because I
>get an svn error after doing that: "SQLite compiled for 3.7.12, but
>running with 3.7.3".  Cygwin setup offers me subversion 1.7.5-4 and
>1.7.5-3, and both result in the same error.
>Is the snapshot that cgf is testing going to roll back svn to SQLite
>3.7.3?  If not, any pointers on how to handle this myself would be

Huh?  No.  I really have to point out that the Cygwin DLL != SQLite?

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