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Re: Working with renamed files

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-01-17 00:00:42 CET

Greg Ward <gward@mems-exchange.org> writes:

> $ svn log CHANGES.txt
> svn: Filesystem has no item
> svn: REPORT request failed on /repos/trunk/vfab
> svn:
> file not found: revision `20233', path `/trunk/vfab/CHANGES.txt'
> If I do "svn log lib/CHANGES.txt", I get the complete log.

Greg, sorry for your frustration. You're not misunderstanding svn at
all; this is a known bug, issue #891. (You can read about it in the
issue tracker.) It will be fixes RSN.

Specifically, our DAV layer has a bug whereby it (sometimes) freaks
out if you send an http request on a path that doesn't exist in the
HEAD revision. And that's exactly what you're doing here.

If this a huge impediment to you right now, you might want to play
with ra_svn instead...

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