[darcs-users] forensics case study (isolating an 'Irrefutable pattern failed' error)

Christian Kellermann Christian.Kellermann at nefkom.net
Thu Feb 19 11:17:44 UTC 2009

* Eric Kow <kowey at darcs.net> [090219 12:15]:
> > I get a conflict with this. Also darcs pull --dont-allow-conflicts also works.
> Well, that's already interesting.
> If we can have a case where pulling some patches and applying what
> should be the equivalent bundle do not result in the same behaviour,
> then we may have a good test case on our hands.
> So it might be good if we could re-orient ourselves towards trying to
> produce a minimal test case (pair), where on the one hand, we don't get
> any conflicts reported, but on the other hand, we do...
> Ideally, the whole thing should start from a common repo.
>  common; darcs apply A1 => clean
>  common; darcs apply A2 => conflict!

I may add that while this might be related to the original error it does not trigger this error.
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