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Compare with latest from repository compares with old revision

From: Guillaume Pothier <gpothier_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-04 13:06:15 CET


I'm using subclipse 0.9.24 and subversion 1.1.1 with JavaHL bindings.
I wanted to compare a file in my working copy with its repository's
HEAD counterpart. With the context menu, choosing Compare with/Latest
from repository compared my file with an older version. The HEAD
revision was 417, but subclipse compared with rev. 408.
So I displayed the Resource History of that file, and there were three entries:
rev 417
rev 413
rev 408, in bold letters and with a "*"

Why was rev 408 appearing in bold? I performed an upate but that
changed nothing.

So I went to the command line and performed a svn diff of that file,
which produced the expected result (it compared my wc with rev 417).

Then I committed my file, deleted the directory it pertained to, svn
update, and now subclipse correctly says that there is no difference
when I compare with latest from repository.
Any idea what cause this problem?
Received on Sat Dec 4 23:06:15 2004

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