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Re: bug in revision number with multiple updates

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-30 08:45:50 CET

Molle Bestefich wrote:
> Chris Ormerod wrote:
>> Francesco Tinti wrote:
>>> 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
>> Wouldn't that be correct?
>> If you chose all projects from one repository, all projects would be at the
>> repositories current revision.
> It's correct that the revision number is the same.
> It is logically incorrect to perform 4 separate updates when the user
> selects 4 items and choose 'Update'. That should result in one atomic
> update on the four items. (Not sure that it matters much though...)

If TSVN finds that all targets to update are from the same repository,
it updates all targets to the same revision, even if there is a commit
in between the update of the targets.


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