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Re: Lost History of a file by just changing it and committing

From: Andreas Schildbach <andreas_at_schildbach.de>
Date: 2005-09-23 20:38:08 CEST

Mark Phippard wrote:

>>This part of the issue is still unclear. Even if Subclipse is doing a
>>replace instead of a "content modification", the file should not be
>>marked as dirty afterwards? How could that happen?
> It is hard to say. Try running svn status and see if it reports anything.

In the meantime, I have issued a Subclipse "Revert" and this removed the
dirty marker, albeit the file stayed the same.

I'm a bit unhappy about loosing the history of that file (sometimes I
wish I could undo commits, and be it just one step), but its my own
fault that I did not look at the "replace" comment.

Thanks anyway for your help.


Received on Sat Sep 24 04:38:08 2005

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