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Re: Bug in "svnrdump" ?

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_apache.org>
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2017 13:50:16 +0000

Doug Robinson wrote:
> Should "svnrdump" be able to dump everything that "svnadmin dump" is
> capable of?

I'm pretty sure it should, and this isn't a known bug AFAIK (I just
searched for "svnrdump copy" in Jira).

Thanks for reporting it here.

Can you paste the actual reproduction commands used please. (It isn't
clear from your description where the commits are, for example. If one
commit per numbered step, then presumably as it fails on dumping r2 then
what are steps 3 and 4 for?)

What svn version this is?

- Julian

>
> If so then it has a reproducible bug:
> ----------------------------------------------
> 1. Add following files into an empty repo.
>
> A /A
>
> A /A/AA
>
> A /A/AA/a.txt
>
> A /A/AA/b.txt
>
> 2. Svn copy folder A to folder B, and then delete /B/AA/a.txt
>
> A /B (from /A:1)
>
> D /B/AA/a.txt
>
> 3. Copy folder B/AA to folder B/Trunk/AA
>
> A /B/Trunk
>
> A /B/Trunk/AA (from /B/AA:2)
>
> 4. run svnrdump command to dump B/Trunk folder.
>
> # svnrdump dump file:///tmp/test/B/Trunk > Trunk.dump
>
> * Dumped revision 0.
>
> * Dumped revision 1.
>
> svnrdump: E160013: File not found: revision 2, path '/B/AA/a.txt'
> ----------------------------------------------
>
> Is this known already? Should I file a bug?
>
> Thank you.
Received on 2017-02-22 14:50:25 CET

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