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svn ls output is slightly vague

From: nathan bullock <nathanbullock_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-19 15:08:46 CET

If I have a directory structure such as /foo/foo (a file foo inside a
directory foo) and I do:

svn ls /foo
I get output of:
    875 nathan 56 Nov 01 19:48 foo

If I do 'svn ls /foo/foo'
I get output of:
    875 nathan 56 Nov 01 19:48 foo

So does this mean that the path '/foo/foo' is a subdirectory that
contains a file 'foo' which is 56 bytes in size. Or that it is a file
'foo' which is 56 bytes in size. I think the output needs to be a
little clearer.

(I am using a little old of a client so this may have already been fixed.)

Nathan

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