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Re: bug in revision number with multiple updates

From: Rainer Müller <mueller_rainer_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2005-12-28 00:02:28 CET

Francesco Tinti wrote:
> Tortoise SVN version: 1.2.6, build 4786
> Platform: Windows XP
> I think that I found a bug.
> To reproduce it create a folder where to do checkout for different projects.
> You can choose some projects from Apache SVN repositories. Do the
> initial checkout.
> Then select all folders at the same time and with a right click choose
> SVN update.
> You'll receive something like this:
> Completed: At revision: 359288
> Completed: At revision: 359288
> Completed: At revision: 359288
> Completed: At revision: 359288
> Of course (i think!) the same revision number for different projects
> cannot be possible

I think that's correct because svn.apache.org uses one big repository. A commit
to one project increments the revision number for all projects hosted by Apache.


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Received on Wed Dec 28 00:03:20 2005

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