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Cannot svn log a newly copied file

From: Francois Beausoleil <fbos_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2003-06-29 01:48:16 CEST

Hi !

I just copied a few files, and I wanted to know what log message was
associated with the file. Here's the repro:
D:\java\jsnake\lib>svn --version
svn, version 0.24.2 (r6284)
   compiled Jun 19 2003, 05:44:59

D:\java\jsnake\lib>svn cp file:///httpd/jsnake/vendor/gf4j/current

Committed revision 2.

D:\java\jsnake\lib>svn cp
file:///httpd/jsnake/vendor/gf4j/current/gameframe.jar gameframe.jar
A gameframe.jar

D:\java\jsnake\lib>svn cp
A gameframe-license.html

D:\java\jsnake\lib>svn st
A + gameframe-license.html
A + gameframe.jar

D:\java\jsnake\lib>svn log gameframe.jar
svn: Filesystem has no item
svn: file not found: revision `2', path `/trunk/lib/gameframe.jar'

I understand the files have not been commited yet, but shouldn't SVN be
intelligent enough to start following the file's history and get the
message from revision 1 ?

Thanks !

  Francois Beausoleil
  Developer of Java Gui Builder
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