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Re: Is this an ra_dav/wcprops bug?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-02-15 17:04:10 CET

Philip Martin <philip@codematters.co.uk> writes:

> Hello
>
> If I do this
>
> export REPO=http://localhost:8888/tmp/repo
> rm -rf /tmp/repo wc
> svnadmin create /tmp/repo
> svn mkdir $REPO/foo
> svn mkdir $REPO/foo/bar
> svn co -r1 $REPO wc
> cat wc/.svn/dir-wcprops
> svn up wc/foo
> cat wc/.svn/dir-wcprops
> cat wc/.svn/entries
>
> then when I first examine dir-wcprops the version-url is
>
> /tmp/repo/!svn/ver/1/
>
> which looks sensible as I checked out revision 1. After the update
> the version-url becomes
>
> /tmp/repo/!svn/ver/2/
>
> which doesn't look right to me. I haven't updated wc, and it's
> revision in the entries file remains
>
> revision="1"

I'm pretty sure that this is a bug. Looks like the DAV REPORT
response handler isn't paying attention to anchors/targets. Can you
file an issue for this -- you can even assign it to me if you'd like.

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