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Bug? "svn up" gets confused if repo has a property change, and the file was rm'd from the wc.

From: Aleksey Nogin <aleksey_at_nogin.org>
Date: 2005-10-07 07:59:08 CEST

I just came across the following unfortunate problem:

A recent commit have changed the properties (svn:mime-type was removed)
on a file "foo". Meanwhile a wc that has not yet updated to that
revision had the file "foo" removed (with "svn rm --force"). Now I see
the following when doing "svn up" in that wc:

svn: In directory 'xyz'
svn: Error processing command 'set-timestamp' in 'xyz'
svn: Can't set access time of 'xyz/foo': No such file or directory

Right after this message, svn exits (with code 1), aborting the update
in the middle.

Is this a known bug? Should I file an issue?

P.S. I tried versions 1.2.3 (r15833) and 1.1.0 (r11180)

Aleksey Nogin
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