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Re: Switch breaks working copy bug?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-05-28 16:51:44 CEST

Bill Soudan <bill@soudan.net> writes:
> 'svn switch' seems to break your working copy under the following
> circumstances:
> 1) you have a file exclusive to a branch in your current working copy,
> let's call it file3
> 2) this file lives a few directory levels below root
> 3) you modify this file, leaving local modifications
> 4) you switch to a branch that does not contain this file.
> At this point, svn switch reports "svn: Won't delete locally modified
> file 'file3'", as expected, but then:
> 5) you switch back to the original branch
> svn will report a "svn: File not found: revision '5', path
> '/trunk/longer'".
> I've attached a script that you can use to reproduce. #2 above is key
> -- if the file is in the root or only one level below root, the
> operation works as expected.
> Should I file an issue?

Yes -- I believe this is a new bug ("new" in the sense that it's not
already filed, though check first, I could be mistaken).

Thanks for the excellent repro recipe!


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