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[BUG] Running svn switch on a nonrecursive checkout breaks your working copy

From: David James <djames_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-07-13 00:51:16 CEST


I've found a few bugs with 'checkout -N'. Please see below for a
reproduction recipe.

1. Checkout a directory using 'svn co -N'
2. Use 'svn switch' to switch from this directory to a different
directory with identical contents.
3. Run 'svn up' on the directory.

Expected results:
  'svn up' will update the directory and restore its full contents.

Actual results:
  'svn up' does not restore the full contents of the directory.

Reproduction recipe:
   Shell script attached.

Tested with svn 1.2.3 and trunk SVN. Both versions of SVN fail this test.



David James -- http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~james

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