On Jan 28, 2009, at 22:29, Mark Kempster wrote:
> I'm trying to add a file named 'login' to a test directory in my
> repository. I can add it just fine, and svn info seems to indicate (to
> my inexpert eye) that things are ok:
> $ svn info
> Path: .
> URL: http://projects.kempster.org/repos/binder/test
> Repository Root: http://projects.kempster.org/repos/binder
> Repository UUID: 7b2b5eff-65aa-436a-985b-ac804fb3f248
> Revision: 61
> Node Kind: directory
> Schedule: normal
> Last Changed Author: mark
> Last Changed Rev: 61
> Last Changed Date: 2009-01-28 23:31:12 -0500 (Wed, 28 Jan 2009)
> There are a couple files in the 'test' directory there, with names
> like 'login'
> $ svn ls http://projects.kempster.org/repos/binder/test
> When I go to check out that directory, only the first file shows up in
> the working copy
> $ svn co http://projects.kempster.org/repos/binder/test
> A test/logi
> Checked out revision 63.
> test/.svn/entries seems to indicate that the files "login" and
> "login.xhtml" are absent. The mailing list has a couple other
> questions along this route, but no answers.
> So, a couple questions.
> 1. Where can I find out more about the 'absent' file status?
> 2. How can I make subversion un-absent a file?
> 3. What's special about the word / prefix 'login'?
From Subversion's point of view, there shouldn't be anything special
about a file with a name like "login." Your web server or proxy
server may be configured to react specially to such a file, however;
ask your server admin.
I'm not sure about this "absent" status, unless it's what "svn help
status" describes as "!" (missing).
In the working copy where these files exist, what does "svn status --
Did someone delete these files from the repository between revision
61 and 63? Check "svn log -v -r 61:63"
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Received on 2009-01-29 06:55:25 CET