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RE: possible bug

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-06-27 20:01:00 CEST

> From: Andy Cutright [mailto:Andy.Cutright@borland.com]
> if i use the revision number associated with the log i always get the
> version i'm expecting. if i use the date associated with the same log
> message, i get either no version if i'm trying to checkout the first
> controlled version of an element in the repository, or i get
> the version
> just before the the one i'd expect for later commits. if i bump the
> command line checkout revision date up by 1 second, i get the
> version i
> expect. if i bump the date up by 1 millisecond using the javahl
> libraries, i get the the version i expect.

What you're saying is that when you specify a date/time, Subversion
interprets it as the last revision *before* that date/time, not the last
revision *before or at* that date/time.


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Received on Mon Jun 27 20:05:02 2005

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