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Re: Possibly a bug in SVN 1.5.X

From: Rock Sun <daijun_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 23 Nov 2008 02:49:07 +0800

The svnbook said:

--recursive (-R)

Makes a subcommand recurse into subdirectories. Most subcommands recurse by
I think the recurse means the sub command like commit
which will commit all files in the subdirectory. Subversion
have not implements the behavior you needs. I think the
method you think about recurse is not the same as

2008/11/23 Karl Heinz Marbaise <khmarbaise_at_gmx.de>

> Hi there,
> it seemed to me that i found a bug in the SVN 1.5.X command line client.
> On the root of an working copy i tried the following:
> >svn ps -R "svn:keywords" "Revision" pom.xml
> and the result was simply a single line of output.
> property 'svn:keywords' set (recursively) on 'pom.xml'
> But i known that within the working copy are 11 pom.xml files.
> If i do a find -type f -name "pom.xml" within the working copy i got the
> list of the eleven files...
> So this seemed to be a bug in using the -R option. I tested with the
> --depth=infinity with the same result as above...
> The second one i tested was:
> >svn ps -R "svn:keywords" "Revision" *.xml
> where i got only three lines (in the root directory of my wc)...
> Kind regards
> Karl Heinz Marbaise
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