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Re: svn mv's and empty commits

From: Lieven Govaerts <lgo_at_mobsol.be>
Date: 2006-08-16 16:08:17 CEST

Quoting Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com>:

> Moving a file using URLs into one of its parent's directories where the
> destination URL ends only in the destination directory looks like it
> succeeds,
> but does not. For example,
> svn mv http://example.com/repos/A/B/file.txt http://example.com/repos/A/

I've never seen this issue before, in fact when I try to reproduce it with svn
1.2.3 and Windows I don't see the problem. I'll try it with the trunk version

A few weeks ago my colleague found another way to create empty commits. This by
committing a delete of a file which was already deleted the mean time:

Empty commits aren't a problem, but I prefer not to have them in one of my
repositories. I propose to open an issue ticket to keep track of the different
ways of creating empty revisions.


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