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[TSVN] Create tag from revision doesn't work prior to a rename

From: Nathan Creek <nathan_at_adweb.com.au>
Date: 2004-11-25 01:10:45 CET

Hi all,

I've discovered that trying to create a tag from a revision in Show Log
prior to a folder being renamed results in a "Path does not exist in
revision" error.
I'm not sure if this is something that can be fixed, or if the option
just need to be made unavailable. I thought i'd mention it anyway just
in case it is something that can be improved on.

Reproduction from test repo.
1. start with file:///D:/repos/Project
2. make changes. Commit. (rev.2)
3. In repo browser rename file:///D:/repos/Project to file:///D:/repos/trunk
4. checkout file:///D:/repos/trunk to D:\Test\trunk
5. On D:\Test\trunk, Show Log, Uncheck Stop On Copy, Show All
6. Right click on rev.2 and hit Create Tag From Revision
7. Enter new tag name (/repos/oldversion). Leave Create on server
checked. OK.
Error message:
Path 'file:///D:/repos/trunk' does not exist in revision 2.

It's not a hugely critical problem because there is another way to
acheive the same thing.
1. Bring up Repo Browser
2. point to file:///D:/repos and select revision 2
3. Expand repos tree item to expose Project
4. Right click on Project and select Show Log
5. Right click on rev.2 and hit Create Tag From Revision
6. Enter new tag name (/repos/oldversion). Leave Create on server
checked. OK.
Success

Nathan

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