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Re: Bug: Comparing revisions fails after rename

From: Bill Greene <william.greene_at_coventor.com>
Date: 2005-10-21 16:55:41 CEST

I'm running build 4479 and have just run across what seems like an
almost identical problem. The error message I get when I try to
compare two revisions of a file is this:

Failed to fetch lock information: 404 Not found (https:....)

For what its worth, subeclipse plugin *can* compare revisions of these
files. The subeclipse diff GUI is not nearly as nice as tortoise, though.

Any help will be much apprectiated.


Stefan Küng wrote:
> Lars Joreteg wrote:
>> Stefan wrote:
>>> > This might be a tsvn 1.2.2 problem. I tried (using both tsvn and
>>> svn) but
>>> > failed to repeat this. Look:
>>> Try a nightly build. This should work now.
>> Maybe I misunderstand what is fixed, but my earlier example of comparing
>> revisions of renamed files is still not working in the latest nightly
>> build (4430).
>> I still get the same "File not found" error (trying to find the new
>> name in an old revision), even though comparing that old revision with
>> my working copy works.
> Sorry. But I said "should be fixed", not that I was sure it was fixed.
> I first couldn't reproduce the problem because I always show the log for
> a folder, not just a single file. But once I showed the log for a single
> file, I could reproduce it.
> Fixed in revision 4440.
> Stefan

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