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Re: BUG: svn status, win32 and mixed case

From: Greg Martyn <gmartyn_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2004-07-20 08:14:13 CEST

I'm not able to reproduce that. I'm running svn 1.0.6 on linux. Here's what I
got:

[greg@linuxcomp Desktop]$ mkdir Testing
[greg@linuxcomp Desktop]$ cd Testing/
[greg@linuxcomp Testing]$ pwd
/home/greg/Desktop/Testing
[greg@linuxcomp Testing]$ repobase=/home/greg/Desktop/Testing
[greg@linuxcomp Testing]$ echo $repobase
/home/greg/Desktop/Testing
[greg@linuxcomp Testing]$ svnadmin create test_repo
[greg_at_linuxcomp Testing]$ svn ls file://$repobase/test_repo
[greg_at_linuxcomp Testing]$ svn mkdir -m "" file://$repobase/test_repo/trunk

Committed revision 1.
[greg_at_linuxcomp Testing]$ svn co file://$repobase/test_repo/trunk wc
Checked out revision 1.
[greg@linuxcomp Testing]$ cd wc/
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ touch F.txt
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ svn add F.txt
A F.txt
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ svn ci -m "F"
Adding F.txt
Transmitting file data .
Committed revision 2.
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ svn up
At revision 2.
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ svn st
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ svn st -uv
                2 2 greg .
                2 2 greg F.txt
Status against revision: 2
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ mv F.txt f.txt
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ svn st
? f.txt
! F.txt
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ svn st -uv
? f.txt
                2 2 greg .
! 2 2 greg F.txt
Status against revision: 2
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ rm f.txt
rm: remove regular empty file `f.txt'? y
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ svn st
! F.txt
[greg@linuxcomp wc]$ svn st -uv
                2 2 greg .
! 2 2 greg F.txt
Status against revision: 2

I got the same results with "svn st" and "svn st -uv" as with "svn st ." and
"svn st -uv ." I also tried doing an actual echo "F" > F.txt instead of touch
F.txt, but that didn't change anything either. Maybe you just need 1.0.6? Did
I miss something?

Also, just FYI, when you start lines with a >, my mail client thinks that it's
a reply to a previous message, so it colors the line differently, making it a
little weird to read. prompt> or something like that would be better for me,
but it's a free internet, do what you want :)

--Greg

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