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Re: [TSVN] Detection of file changes bug T-SVN 1.1.3

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2005-04-01 16:20:23 CEST

Gareth Bird wrote:
> I'd like to report a bug with the detection of whether or not a file
> has 'changed' when trying to commit a file. I've had a look at the
> other bugs people have reported and I didn't notice this one, so here
> goes:
> If this handling of is deliberate, then fair enough, but I think this
> must be a bug? Intuitively I think SVN should recognise the
> discrepancies in Revision numbers of files and flag this as a change.

As Mark said, it is deliberate. And yes, it is a little non-intuitive,
but that is standard subversion behaviour, not TSVN. Update to revision
for individual files is rarely a good idea. If you read the 'Update'
section of the TSVN manual, there are a few warnings about using this
command, and better ways of doing what you want to do.


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