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From: Daniel Larusso <turbografx69_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-23 18:27:25 CET

Mark, you are correct that i am coying directly from repository, not local.
Therefore, as you say a commit is performed.

Two points :

1. I still cant see how the folder move is any different from a file move
2. When you say that subclipse is only showing the information that
subversion supplies - Subversion must be suppying the lastest revision
number as it can be viewed in 'Resource History'

Thanks again

kevin.slater@pfpc.com wrote on 11/23/2005 11:30:56 AM:

>Unless you commit the copy, right Mark?

I believe he is talking about a URL to URL copy of a file, which also does
a commit. But yes, the reason it is different is that the file is being
specifically committed in this instance.

The bottom line is that Subclipse is just showing the information reported
by Subversion. We do not determine what that information is or when it
gets updated.

Received on Thu Nov 24 04:27:25 2005

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