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Re: Strange behaviour for switch to non-existing repo path

From: Peter N. Lundblad <peter_at_famlundblad.se>
Date: 2006-03-09 10:45:53 CET

Tor Ringstad writes:
> I've encountered the following strange behaviour with "svn switch":
> When trying to switch to a non-existing repo path, no error message is
> printed, and the WC path is deleted. At the next update, the deleted
> path will pop up again.
I agree that this is confusing. Issue #1906 seems to be related, but
not exactly the same.

Erroring out if trying to switch to a non-existing path would fix one
part of the problem. But, if an already switched path is deleted, the
WC would still not rename that it had a switched path here and would
reintroduce the "non-switched" path on the next update. I don't know
how it should behave in this case...


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Received on Thu Mar 9 13:14:03 2006

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