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File rename problem

From: Tymciurak Yarko-CYT007 <yarko.tymciurak_at_motorola.com>
Date: 2004-07-16 23:27:22 CEST

Windows XP Pro; Subversion 1.0.5; Tortoise SVN 1.0.6 (although it reports Subversion 1.0.4 ???)




Add file to repository (e.g. "Status.2004.06.15.doc");

Commit file;

Rename file (e.g. "Status.2004.06.22.doc");

Edit the file;

Commit this revision to this name.



Update to a specific revision (after browsing revisions, got number, and put it in manually)



File "Status.2004.06.15.doc"


BUG: Got: neither of above files in directory. (directory with removed file)

            I expected the old name of the file to be resurrected (that is, the "rename" atom, and the "edit" to be rolled back).



Update the directory to specific revision number


EXPECT: files that existed at that revision to be populated in directory.

BUG: GOT: Directory with no file mentioned above.



In essence, it looks like I can't retrieve the contents of the first file (first version) in any way.

Any help on recovery strategies????





Yarko Tymciurak



Received on Fri Jul 16 23:39:47 2004

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