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Re: Delete of a file/folder from 2 working copies

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2006-03-17 20:29:05 CET

On 3/17/06, Eric Gillespie <epg@pretzelnet.org> wrote:
> "Ben Collins-Sussman" <sussman@red-bean.com> writes:
> > I think this is expected. If you look at fs.c:merge(), two deletes of
> > the same thing are considered mergeable. So you end up creating a new
> > revision identical to the previous one, with no changed paths.
> Heh, yes, it is expected by somene who reads fs.c:merge(), or
> someone like you with a good memory of it. It isn't expected by
> anyone else.
> This happens pretty often, and not one victim i've dealt with
> understood it. I was quite surprised the first time it was
> reported to me, too. I said then that i think this is a bug and
> i still say it now.

Wow, I've never heard of anyone accidentally committing an 'emtpy'
revision like this. I mean, I know it's *theoretically* possible, but
in 6 years I've not seen a report about it. Or maybe I just don't
remember such reports.

I do remember some old list conversations where we decided that
libsvn_fs would not enforce any sort of rule that 'commits must not be
empty'. Didn't we agree on that?

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