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Re: svn updated non_existent_file

From: S.Ramaswamy S <srsy70_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-24 19:29:47 CEST

On 4/24/05, S.Ramaswamy S <srsy70@gmail.com> wrote:
> Running svn update on a path that does not exist in
> the working copy, results in a "At revision N" message,
> which is kind of misleading, even though the "U path"
> portion of the message does not appear. For instance, if
> you have a working copy that is not updated and run svn up
> with an invalid path argument, you get the "At revision HEAD"
> message, even though the working copy has not been updated to
> the HEAD revision. I applied the patch that follows to correct
> the problem. But that seems to break a feature of svn update -
> it acts like svn checkout if the path argument matches a path
> that exists only in the repository. Not sure if opening
> ra_session to check for the existence of multiple update paths is
> a good idea.

oops, I actually intended the subject to read "svn update
non_existent_file", not 'svn updated non_existent_file.'

> Ramaswamy

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