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Re: Revision graph missing revisions in nighly/1.5RC

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 04 Jun 2008 18:43:23 +0200

Leszek Ciesielski wrote:
> Hi,
>
> when I invoke the revision graph from 'Browse Repository' view, it
> behaves as I would expect, showing all revisions containing changes in
> the file that I invoke it on. However, when invoked on the same file
> but on a checked-out copy, the revision graph is pretty much useless -
> it shows only branching revisions and some other (random?) that the
> file doesn't even exist in... Is this a known bug? Changing the
> settings does not help - those two graphs show different data even
> when the settings are exactly the same and the cache is clean.

The revision graph should be the same whether you start it from a
working copy file or an URL (from the repo browser). Because the working
copy file path is first converted to the corresponding URL before the
graph is shown.

* are you sure you invoked the graph for the very same file in both cases?
* the graph does only show branching revisions (unless you activate the
"show all revisions" button in the toolbar)
* when you say that it shows nodes in revisions "the file doesn't even
exist in" do you mean the file did not exist (wasn't even added yet or
deleted) or do you mean that the file was not changed in that revision?
If the latter, then the revision it shows you is one where a parent URL
of the file was modified (copied/moved/...).

Stefan

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Received on 2008-06-04 18:43:40 CEST

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