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[TSVN] Some Repo Browser observations

From: Roel Harbers <roel_at_roelharbers.nl>
Date: 2004-10-19 11:33:52 CEST


- When I try to make a copy of a folder from the repo browser, to a
directory under a directory that doesn't exist, I get:

"Out of date: 'nonexistentdir/foo' in traqnsaction 'h1'
You have to update your working copy first."

I understand it's svn that returns the totally unhelpful out of date
error message, but why does the repo browser mention a working copy?

- When I create a tag/copy from an old revision in the repo browser
(thanks for that btw) the newly created folder is visible in the repo
browser, even though it obviously only exists in HEAD. Clicking it gives
an expected "non-existent in that revision" error.


Roel Harbers

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