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Re: [TSVN] Confused revision graph

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-01-06 10:48:56 CET

On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 09:32:01 -0000, Simon Large <slarge@blazepoint.co.uk> wrote:
> Build 2317 on Win2K
> I just tried graphing a single file in one of my test repositories and
> got the revision graph attached. It seems well and truly mixed up. The
> graph function works fine on my real data, but this test repo had a lot
> of copies and renames. In particular a branch was added, removed, added
> with the same name and removed again, so there is a possible loop
> condition when working through the history.
> Rev 98: Deleted uCOS-100/Trunk/MyBranch
> Rev 97: Added uCOS-100/Trunk/MyBranch (from uCOS-100/Trunk:92)
> Rev 96: Deleted uCOS-100/Trunk/MyBranch
> Rev 95: Added uCOS-100/Trunk/MyBranch (from uCOS-100/Trunk:94)
> Rev 94: Deleted uCOS-100/Trunk/Fred
> Rev 93: Added uCOS-100/Trunk/Fred (from uCOS-100/Trunk:92)
> Rev 92: Deleted uCOS-100/Trunk/Branches
> I know it doesn't make any sense, and I have no idea what I was testing
> at the time ;-)

If it's a test repository: can you zip it and send it to me? Also
don't forget to mention which file you were showing the graph for.
Maybe I can find out why this is happening. But you have to know:
Subversion doesn't provide enough information to draw such a graph
reliably - some cases will always be impossible to handle.


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