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Re: serious bug: a succession of "svn up" can yield a working copy with local changes

From: Peter Samuelson <peter_at_p12n.org>
Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2009 08:05:23 -0500

[Vincent Lefevre]
> $ svn co file:///home/vinc17/private/svn-new_at_1952 wd-test
> $ cd wd-test
> $ svn pl -v ensl/these/lplain.bst
> Properties on 'ensl/these/lplain.bst':
> svn:keywords
> Id Date
> $ grep Id ensl/these/lplain.bst
> % $Id: lplain.bst 1950 2003-12-08 12:30:36Z lefevre $
> $ grep Id ensl/these/.svn/text-base/lplain.bst.svn-base
> % $Id: lplain.bst,v 4.0 2000/01/31 18:11:53 vlefevre Exp $

As I've said to Vincent already, this would seem to be the root of the
problem. The file should not have had an expanded $Id$ keyword in the
repository.

Is there a reproduceable way to get a file in this state in the first
place? (If the only way is to load a dumpfile, how was the dumpfile
generated?)

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Peter Samuelson | org-tld!p12n!peter | http://p12n.org/
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