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    After I switched off auto SVN update, I could finally use mafia. Before this, it kept trying to update, and throwing up error messages. Any other script that I run after logging in would just hang.

    I think it also affects the maximizer. It keeps hanging I get the error:
    svn: E175002: timed out waiting for server
    Something went wrong while fetching svn directory info
    Last edited by littlereddot11; 03-03-2018 at 05:36 AM.

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    I thought it was just me, svn updates seemed to be going ok until I had a system crash (yesterday) and had to restore an old preferences file. It seems inconsistent with the same script updates sometimes succeeding, sometimes failing. I guess I'll quit wrestling with this until I hear something further.

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    This has, literally, nothing to do with KoLmafia.
    This has, literally, everything to do with Sourceforge.

    KoLmafia cannot update from Sourceforge unless/until Sourceforge is willing/able to send updates.

    Can we mark this "not a bug" soon, please?

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    This has, literally, nothing to do with KoLmafia.
    This has, literally, everything to do with Sourceforge.

    KoLmafia cannot update from Sourceforge unless/until Sourceforge is willing/able to send updates.

    Can we mark this "not a bug" soon, please?
    Originally Posted by Veracity View Post
    When this was started there was credible evidence that a SVN problem was due to the new server. Some problems were attributed to running a build compiled under Java 9 (on the new server) on a system that was running Java 8. That was, however, fixed a few days ago and subsequent issues are entirely due to Sourceforge's unavailability.
    You just vehemently agreed with me
    Originally Posted by Veracity View Post
    I agree with frono.
    Originally Posted by Veracity View Post

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