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Re: Bug: Unable to view folder in Repo after Rename

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-10 21:03:22 CET

Fernandes, Filipe (Bolton) wrote:
> Using TortoiseSVN 1.3.2, Build 5675 - 32 Bit -dev (Nightly)
> Using Windows 2003 SP1
> When re-naming a folder in the repository, the option to view the
> contents of the folder is not available (after the head revision has
> been changed to the revision before the rename).
> Eg.
> /Company/BusinessUnit/Project/SubProject1/branches/1.0.x
> -----------
> Renamed to:
> /Company/BusinessUnit/Project/Component/branches/1.0.x @ rev 100
> ---------
> I would expect to be able to point the Repo-Browser to
> /Company/BusinessUnit/Project/SubProject1/branches/1.0.x
> once the head has been changed to rev 99, but that's not the case.
> /Company/BusinessUnit/Project/SubProject1 folder shows up, but the
> contents of the folder is "Error * REPORT Request failed on...."

This has been answered now at *least* three times:
this is a bug in the Subversion library, it is fixed on the 1.3.x branch
and will be fixed in TSVN when Subversion 1.3.1 gets released.

To reproduce with the CL client, do
svn ls -v url

> ps: On a side note... some of these error message that show up
> on the repo-browser underneath the offending folder are a little
> hard to see especially when the path is long, is it possible to
> right-click and copy the message to be placed in a text editor
> for later viewing?

Good idea.


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