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RE: bug in svn ls on old revisions?

From: Dave Rodgman <Dave.Rodgman_at_arm.com>
Date: 2005-07-22 10:43:00 CEST

>"Dave Rodgman" <Dave.Rodgman@arm.com> writes:
>> Can anyone comment on the following, apparently broken, output from
>> svn ls?
>> FWIW, this directory has been moved in -rHEAD.
>> List the root of the repository:
>> drodgman@cam-linux33 test 1 $ svn ls -r4501
>> http://cam-svn1/svn/devsys/peg/ peg/
>> Contains a single directory called "peg". List that:
>> drodgman@cam-linux33 test $ svn ls -r4501
>> http://cam-svn1/svn/devsys/peg/peg
>> svn: REPORT request failed on '/svn/devsys/peg/!svn/bc/5632/peg'
>> svn: '/svn/devsys/peg/!svn/bc/5632/peg' path not found
>You want
> $ svn ls http://cam-svn1/svn/devsys/peg/peg@4501
>There's documentation "peg revisions" in svnbook.red-bean.com
>about that explains this, I believe. (Is it a coincidence
>that your directory was named "peg", or did you know that this
>would turn out to be about "peg revisions"?)

OK, that explains it, thanks. Just coincidence that my directory
is called peg (for an unpleasant moment there I read the above and
thought you were implying some kind of special semantics for directories
called peg).




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