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Re: [TSVN] [BUG] cannot save revision from log dialog for deleted file

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-08-11 17:56:55 CEST

Benoit Cerrina wrote:

> I think there was a misunderstanding, I am asking to save the file from
> the revision 536 (in my example) where it exists (it was deleted later)
> but it cannot get it because the file was deleted later.
> While I ask to save revision 536 it tells me it cannot because 561 was
> deleted. From the repo browser I can manage to save revision 536, it is
> just from file log that I cannot save an old revision if
> the file was deleted in a later one.

When saving files from the log dialog, the peg revison (the 'anchor') is
always HEAD. The reason for this is that if a file has been renamed from
e.g. a -> b and you're showing the log for the renamed file b, it would
fail if you want to save the file from rev < 100.


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Received on Thu Aug 11 17:57:24 2005

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