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Re: Meaning of LastChangedRevision

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-25 18:05:49 CEST

kfogel@collab.net writes:

> Vincent Lefevre <vincent+svn@vinc17.org> writes:
> > I use the Id keyword in files and the LastChangedRevision component
> > (the number after the file name) is quite strange: in general, it
> > seems to be the revision where the file has changed, e.g. if the
> > "current" revision is 17 and the file is committed to revision 59,
> > then LastChangedRevision will be 17, not 59. But after a new checkout
> > of the repository (this sometimes happens), LastChangedRevision will
> > no longer be 17, but the last current revision or something like that.

Actually, this was a keyword expansion bug fixed in HEAD a couple of
days ago. svn 0.24.2 still has the bug.

The bug was exactly what Vincent is describing: in certain keyword
expansion situations, $Rev$ was being accidentally expanded to the
working-rev, rather than the last-changed-rev.

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