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Is this 'status -u' behaviour correct?

From: Andreas J. Koenig <andreas.koenig_at_anima.de>
Date: 2002-12-28 17:06:41 CET

As I understood the documentation, the 'svn st -u' command always
shows which files would need updating. So how can this happen:

% svn st -u
Head revision: 67
% svn st -u -v
               56 54 k .
               56 6 k cron-daily.pl
       * 56 44 k crontab.root
               56 6 k gmls-lR.pl
               56 6 k mirror_wget_rsync.sh
               56 26 k mldistwatch
               65 65 k mysql-dump.pl
               56 6 k publish-crontab.sh
               56 36 k restart-httpd
               56 6 k rm_stale_links
               56 6 k run_mirrors.sh
               59 59 k svn-dump.pl
               56 6 k sync-04pause.sh
               56 37 k update-checksums.pl
Head revision: 67

This seems to be illegal behaviour: the first command should show
crontab.root as being out of date.

I see this behaviour with an svn client at rev. 4196 and a server at
rev. 3987.

If I now run the update command...

% svn up
U crontab.root
Updated to revision 67.

I get crontab.root updated indeed and status shows me:

% svn st -u -v
               67 65 k .
               67 6 k cron-daily.pl
               67 63 k crontab.root
               67 6 k gmls-lR.pl
               67 6 k mirror_wget_rsync.sh
               67 26 k mldistwatch
               67 65 k mysql-dump.pl
               67 6 k publish-crontab.sh
               67 36 k restart-httpd
               67 6 k rm_stale_links
               67 6 k run_mirrors.sh
               67 59 k svn-dump.pl
               67 6 k sync-04pause.sh
               67 37 k update-checksums.pl
Head revision: 67

I think, this is either a bug or I'm missing something. You decide:-)

-- 
andreas
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