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Re: questions about properties and svn:ignore

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2003-04-22 19:59:53 CEST

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

> Two things strike me as odd. First is the "trunk" in the feedback
> lines. If I have a working copy and I modify the "." directory, and
> some files in ".", then when I commit I get things like
> Sending .
> Sending rc.R
> I don't get a "trunk" component in the "Sending" lines. Do you have a
> "trunk" directory in your working copy? No such directory was visible
> in your "svn st" output. Did you really run "svn commit" without any
> arguments?

Ahh, I see. It appears that Subversion provides different feedback
paths depending on whether the current directory is a subdirectory in
a working copy or the base of a working copy. This is less than
ideal, but it does explain why you got "trunk" in your feedback lines.

Philip Martin
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Received on Tue Apr 22 20:00:39 2003

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