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Lost History of a file by just changing it and committing

From: Andreas Schildbach <andreas_at_schildbach.de>
Date: 2005-09-23 12:17:22 CEST

Hello everyone,

I'm having a strange problem with Eclipse 3.1 / Subclipse 0.9.34 (JavaSVN):

For several months, I've been updating a library in my project with just
the new jar, resulting in a one-file-commit per new library release.
Everything was going well, and the file accumulated a nice history.

This time, I committed the following:

commit -m "update to spring 1.2.5"
     Transmitting file data ...
     Committed revision 1837.

Looks good, doesn't it?

But now the file is still marked as changed/dirty, and if I look at the
files history, its empty! This looks like a bug (and a bad one, I think).

Can I somehow ressurect the history? Unfortunately, I have done several
more commits after the one above.


Received on Fri Sep 23 20:17:22 2005

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