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Re: svn 1.2 resoak?

From: Luis Muniz <luis.muniz_at_b2boost.com>
Date: 2005-04-29 09:39:55 CEST

kfogel@collab.net wrote:

>
>These circumstances were not a complete edge case, but they wouldn't
>come up in most people's daily use of Subversion either. Thus,
>although we might expect that such a bug on Windows would be caught by
>lots and lots of people, IIRC only one user noticed it (or anyway, one
>user reported it).
>
Yes, well people are not exactly encouraged to report a bug twice...
everywhere the policy says to read first the archive.
I can testify that I have found this bug in 30min after installing SVN,
because it's the first feature I wanted to test,
-locking with a user
-modifying
-committing

-updating with another user

It seems like a really common use pattern. I'm not a specialist, I don't
even know the other bugfixes that were submitted. But if your fears are
based on this case, I think you are overreacting

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