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Re: "svn status -u -v" - Erroneous output?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-28 10:30:17 CEST

Michael Schmitt <schmitt@konstantin.uni-trier.de> writes:

> Hello,
> please have a look at the following command output. AFAICS, the output of
> "svn status -u -v" is wrong as the last committer is not "schmitt" but
> "ziegel".
> schmitt@host:~/Project> svn status -u -v SubDir/1.php
> SubDir/1.php
> * 779 779 schmitt SubDir/1.php
> Head revision: 838
> schmitt@host:~/Project> svn log SubDir/1.php |head
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> rev 813: ziegel | 2003-06-20 13:55:21 +0200 (Fri, 20 Jun 2003) | 2 lines
> foo

Nope, this is correct behavior. 'svn st -v' (with or without the -u)
only displays the last commit author as of the revision of the file
sitting in the working copy. If you run 'svn update -r 813' on your
working copy, and then 'svn st -v', you should see "ziegel" as the

If you are interested in seeing who the last author of a file was as
of HEAD in the repository, consider using 'svn ls -v' instead, which
always looks at the repository instead of the working copy.

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