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Re: Repository and revision graph problems

From: Daniel Becroft <djcbecroft_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2010 16:57:00 +1000

On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 12:27 PM, <John.X.Foster_at_nab.com.au> wrote:

>
> Hi all
>
> I am having trouble viewing branches and I think the root cause is the
> repositroy structure. Originally, I had a structure like:
>
> H:SVN
> |_trunk
> | |_proj1
> | |_proj2
> |_branches
> |_tags
>
> At some stage (revision 80), the repository was phsically moved from one
> location to another, and subsequently (at revision 80), the structure looks
> like:
>
> H:SVN
> |_branches
> |_proj1
> |_proj2
> |_tags
> |_trunk
> |_proj1
> |_proj2
>

I think this is unrelated to the repositories physical move. It looks like
/proj1 and /proj2 were (accidentally?) moved from under /trunk to be under
the root location.

>
> with all the updates in SVN/proj1, etc., rahter than SVN/trunk/proj1.
>
> Till now, I have had only the one development branch, and all appeared OK.
> Now (revision 383) I have created a branch from an earlier revision (372),
> and the repository looks like:
>
> H:SVN
> |_branches
> | |_v1_9
> | |_proj1
> | |_proj2
> | |_branches
> | |_tags
> |_proj1
> |_proj2
> |_tags
> |_trunk
> |_proj1
> |_proj2
>
> When I view the root directory of my projects (the working copy that
> contains proj1 and proj2) in the branched revision, I can only see an
> curtailed and incorrect revision graph:
>
> 111
> |_383
>
> Instead of seeing, as I would expect, all the main tree, and the branch, I
> just see an incorrectly labelled root (Version 111) and the branch. For any
> file below the top level, I get a message saying the graph cannot be
> displayed. Having commited my branch changes and switched back to the main
> branch, there is no indication in the revision graph that any branching has
> occured.
>
> I suspect these graph problems are due to the change at revision 80. Is
> this likely? Is there any way of moving all the data from SVN/proj1 and
> SVN/proj2 to SVN/trunk/proj1 and SVN/trunk/proj2? Or is there some other
> solution to the problem?
>
>
Delete the /trunk/proj1 and /trunk/proj2, and then move the /proj1 and proj2
folders to be under trunk.

Cheers,
Daniel B.

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