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Re: Causing export to fail on nonexistant or unversioned targets.

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-28 18:32:18 CET

John Szakmeister <john@szakmeister.net> writes:
> Thanks. I've got patches in my working copy for this, and I'm putting
> together a couple of test for these conditions as well. I hope to have
> them committed by tomorrow night.
> Here's another thought. What if a file or directory is missing? In both
> cases (before my fix and after it), we'd skip right over a missing
> directory or file. It seems to me that if the idea is to export a tree,
> then we should probably error out when part of the tree is unknowingly
> absent. Any thoughts about that?


If it were 'svn rm'd, that would be different. But missing? That's
just an error in the source data, like doing plain 'cp' and
discovering a corrupted inode.

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