The way we have worked around it so far is to manually edit the diff. We
find the timestamp in the bzr log that it "should" be (UTC in our case),
then edit the diff to match. This had been ok for a while but it is not
working more and more often now. I'm actually about to start debugging it a
little more, I'm not entirely convince it's a Bazaar issue.
I'll post more if I can figure out what is going on.
On Thursday, June 12, 2014 4:47:01 AM UTC-7, Rahul Sisondia wrote:
> Hi Brian,
> I am also facing same issue. So what is the solution or workaround for
> this problem ?
> On Thursday, April 17, 2014 2:28:29 AM UTC+5:30, Brian wrote:
>> Following up on this... we found that the developer creating the diff had
>> a different time zone on his machine than the server. So it was actually a
>> Bazaar issue, not being able to match the times in the checkouts.
>> On Friday, February 28, 2014 12:46:16 PM UTC-7, Brian wrote:
>>> We are using RB 1.7.12 and twice in the last two days we have gotten
>>> errors when uploading a diff of a Bazaar branch saying the requested
>>> revision does not exist:
>>> Requested revision: 'date:2014-02-11 22:54:13' does not exist in branch:
>>> Requested revision: 'date:2014-02-11 23:00:10' does not exist in branch:
>>> Removing the diff section that this part of the diff refers to allows
>>> the diff to be uploaded, but this is obviously a non-optimal solution.
>>> We have been using RB for a couple of years and have never seen this
>>> until the last couple of days.
>>> Any idea what might be happening?
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