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Re: Is this 'status -u' behaviour correct?

From: Andreas J. Koenig <andreas.koenig_at_anima.de>
Date: 2002-12-29 10:38:30 CET

>>>>> On 28 Dec 2002 13:50:09 -0600, Karl Fogel <kfogel@newton.ch.collab.net> said:

> Branko ─îibej <brane@xbc.nu> writes:
>> Er, Karl, look at his post again. That's the output of the second
>> command, not the first one.

> Whups -- thanks, Brane, I missed the first command and saw only the
> second (with "-v"). Sorry, Andreas :-).

I forgive you;)

> Yup, this is a bug. However, I'm not able to reproduce it with a
> relatively recent client, operating against the (recently upgraded)
> server at svn.collab.net:

> $ svn st -u
> * 4195 doc/book/book/ch06.xml
> Head revision: 4196
> $

> (If I run 'svn st -uv', it agrees that ch06.xml is the only file
> needing an update.)

It's not broken all the time. So far I have only seen it with this
single file. As if "crontab.root" would be a reserved filename.

> Andreas, can you reproduce this with your same working copy and
> repository, but using HEAD for both server and client?


Here is a small testcase. Starting with an empty repository I run the
following commands:

  mkdir ws1 ws2
  cd ws1
  svn co http://k75/svn/test ./
  svn mkdir cron
  date > cron/crontab.root
  svn add cron/crontab.root
  svn ci -m ''
  cd ../ws2
  svn co http://k75/svn/test ./
  cd -
  date > cron/crontab.root
  svn ci -m ''
  cd -
  svn st -u
  svn st -u -v

The last two commands as seen on my terminal:

10:29:17 k@k242:~/tmp/svn-crontab-bug/ws2% svn st -u
Head revision: 2
10:29:20 k@k242:~/tmp/svn-crontab-bug/ws2% svn st -u -v
                1 1 k .
                1 1 k cron
       * 1 1 k cron/crontab.root
Head revision: 2

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