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Re: [Subclipse-users] Branching with file-Protocol

From: Philipp Kordowich <development_at_kordowich.net>
Date: 2006-03-08 19:58:47 CET


>> >> Console:
>> >> copy -rHEAD file:///D:/Subversion/Test/Test
>> >> file:///D:/Subversion/Test/MyBranch
>> >> But the new branch isn't created :-(
>> >
>> > If the Console said it succeeded, then it did. Does
>> >show a new
>> > committed revision in the console? That output is
>> >coming right out of
>> > Subversion. Try showing the history for the MyBranch
>> >see if it shows
>> > anything.
>> The problem is that there's no success message in the
>> console. Only the command appears - and nothing else. I
>> checked twice (once with Subclipse and once with
>> TortoiseSVN) that there's no branch created. Also gave
>> this a check on a second plattform with the same result
>> :-(
> You are correct that it does not send a message, even
>when it is
> succesful. The API must not send a notification, or
>maybe we just do not
> have code to relay it.
> That being said, when I tested this, it still works fine
>and the branch is
> created. In my case, I know because I got a commit
> Also, in testing I saw that when the command failed, it
>did issue messages
> in the console. That is easy to verify. Enter a
>non-existant path as the
> to URL, such as:
> file:///D:/Subversion/Test/xxx/MyBranch

I gave this some testing and maybe I just got the point:
the problem only occurs when leaving the branch/tag
comment empty. As soon as you enter a comment, all things
work as expected. Hope that you can reproduce this
behaviour with this information.


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Received on Wed Mar 8 19:59:08 2006

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