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5033: property lost on renamed file

From: Alexis Huxley <ahuxley_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-02-23 16:32:12 CET


I've built 5033. I've retrieved a working copy, and files on which
I had attached svn:keywords properties *and* renamed the files (and
committed) have lost the property.

I looked on issues, but didn't find anything that matched this. I
presume this *is* the wrong behaviour though, right?

Recipe below.


# Create repos
leda$ svnadmin create `pwd`/repos
leda$ svn co file://`pwd`/repos wc
Checked out revision 0.

# Add a file and some properties
leda$ echo '$HeadURL$ $LastChangedRevision$' > wc/newfile
leda$ svn add wc/newfile
A wc/newfile
leda$ svn pset svn:keywords 'HeadURL
' wc/newfile
property `svn:keywords' set on 'wc/newfile'

# Commit
leda$ svn commit -m "blah" wc
Adding wc/newfile
Transmitting file data .
Committed revision 1.

# Rename a file
leda$ svn mv wc/newfile wc/newfile2
A wc/newfile2
D wc/newfile

# Commit
leda$ svn commit -m "blah" wc
Deleting wc/newfile
Adding wc/newfile2

Committed revision 2.

# Blast and recreate wc
leda$ rm -fr wc
leda$ svn co file://`pwd`/repos wc
A wc/newfile2
Checked out revision 2.

# Examine
leda$ cat wc/newfile2
$HeadURL: $ $LastChangedRevision: $

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