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Directory copying and missing dir-props

From: Russell <r-zqm_at_adelie.ath.cx>
Date: 2003-06-07 17:28:03 CEST


I have some private projects that were started before I had a handle on
the directory layout I wanted, so recently I've been through them moving
and copying directories and files around. During this I noticed that
sometimes I would end up with a directory missing its .svn/dir-props
file. This could be fixed by manually adding or copying dir-props.

The only references to dir-props I could find in the issue tracker were
#825 and #1163, neither of which seemed relevant, and both are closed

After some investigation I now have a reliable way to reproduce this.

Attached is a shell script to reproduce a missing dir-props file, and
the output of that running on my system, which is:

  debian sid i386
  svn 0.23.0
  apache 2.0.45 (although I use file:/// to reproduce this behaviour)

Here's hoping that this is useful to the developers, but I can't help
feeling that this is related to the ``"svn move" broken?'' thread.


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