> Simon Large wrote:
> I think this may be closely related to issue 1736. Slightly different
Yes, it looks related - if I can, I will update that issue with a link to
this thread/scenario (not sure if I have permissions)...
> Peter McNab wrote:
> Has anyone reproduced this with stock Subversion?
I tried it both ways (with Subversion and with Tortoise)
> However, frustratingly the transcript is not a true transcript,
Sorry for that. Here is more detail. Note I use 'touch' to simply create
empty text files:
## set up the repository
svnadmin create repo
svn import template file:///c:/svn/repo -m"import template"
svn co file:///c:/svn/repo work1
## 1. create a branch and switch to it
svn copy file:///c:/svn/repo/main file:///c:/svn/repo/branch/b -m"create
svn switch file:///c:/svn/repo/branch/b work1
## 2. create a folder, add a file in the folder, and commit to the branch
svn add work1/folder
svn ci work1 -m"add a folder and a file"
## 3. create another file not in the folder and commit to the branch
svn add work1/file2.cpp
svn ci work1 -m"add another file"
## 4. move the file created in step(2) to the parent directory, and commit
to the branch
svn move work1/folder/file1.cpp work1/file1.cpp
svn ci work1 -m"moved file from folder"
## 5. switch to the main trunk
svn switch file:///c:/svn/repo/main work1
## 6. merge in the changes made on the branch in step 2
svn merge -r2:3 file:///c:/svn/repo/branch/b work1
## 7. merge in the changes made on the branch in revision 4
svn merge -r4:5 file:///c:/svn/repo/branch/b work1
## 8. commit the merges to the main trunk
svn ci work1 -m"merge in changes from the branch"
## now to see the problem:
svn co file:///c:/svn/repo/main work2
svn log -v file:///c:/svn/repo/main
The file moved in step(4) appears in both locations! (ie work2/file1.cpp and
work2/folder/file1.cpp). But the log for the main trunk doesnt show this -
although the output during the commit in step(8) did!
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Received on Tue Dec 20 06:25:53 2005