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Re: large working copies not working? was - Re: R: Subversion 1.6.3 Released

From: rupert.thurner <rupert.thurner_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 18 Jul 2009 15:08:10 -0700 (PDT)

On Jun 28, 5:23 pm, John Peacock <john.peac..._at_havurah-software.org>
> thurnerrupertwrote:
> > oh, sorry for taking your web site serious, especially
> >http://subversion.tigris.org/bugs.html:
> > "... if you're pretty sure about the bug, go ahead and post directly
> > to our development list, d..._at_subversion.tigris.org".
> To my mind there are several things wrong here:
> 1) You replied to an unrelated thread with a bug report (which makes people who
> use a threaded e-mail client, or search for things in the web archive, unhappy);
> 2) You are not reporting a problem with the Subversion client (as far as I can
> tell), but rather TortoiseSVN;
> 3) I believe the intent of the text on the web page you cite refers more to
> obvious bugs like "Subversion crashes when I do this";
> 4) I'm with Hyrum that this is really best suited to the users list for an
> initial pass, which isn't meant as a criticism of you, but rather an
> acknowledgment that the dev list is already close to being overwhelmed on a
> daily basis and would be best served by _all_ initial topics going to user first.
> In particular, what you would probably be quickly told on the users list is that
> you need to provide much more detail - enough for someone else to recreate your
> issue.  You need to try the same think with the Subversion commandline client;
> we don't support TortoiseSVN here and there is no way of knowing where the bug
> may lie without that kind of reproduction.
> If you can provide a reproduction recipe with the Subversion client itself, then
> this could well be an issue to bring up here...
> John
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export repo=<yourrepo>
svn co $repo/trunk
wget http://www.fpml.org/spec/fpml-4-5-6-rec-1/fpml-4-5-6-rec-1.zip
unzip fpml-4-5-6-rec-1.zip
svn add
svn commit -m "test, this is now working"
svn mv fpml-4-5-6-rec-1 something
svn commit -m "rename test, not yet working"

Received on 2009-07-24 18:04:55 CEST

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