On Wed, Apr 04, 2007 at 04:35:20PM -0400, C. Michael Pilato wrote:
> Gerco Ballintijn wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I stumbled across the following, condensed in the attached script.
> > The scripts does the following:
> > r0: create repo
> > r1: create directory /test (directly in repo)
> > r2: create file /test/f1 (via a commit)
> > r3: create /other1 (directly in repo)
> > r4: rename /test/f1 to /test/f2 (via a commit)
> > r5: create /other2 (directly in repo)
> > r6: rename /test/f2 to /test/f3 (via a commit)
> > So, the same file object is called f1 in r2 and r3, f2 in r4 and r5,
> > and f3 in r6. Now I assumed (as in the script) that "svn info -rX f3"
> > would give me info (for 2 <= X <= 6). However, for r3 and r5, it gives
> > the error "Unable to find repository location". Isn't this a bug, or
> > am I missing something fundamental?
> I betcha if you run 'svn log test/f3', you'll see that your two renames have
> copy-from revisions that aren't REV-1, but REV-2. For example, the log for
> revision 6 will show
> A /test/f3 (from /test/f2:4)
> A /test/f3 (from /test/f2:5)
> This is likely because you forgot to update your working copy before
> committing the renames.
This is true, but it's impossible to guarantee - the commits of r4 and r6
are racing with all other commits by any user in the repository.
This is issue #2496, by the way.
Received on Wed Apr 4 23:04:39 2007
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