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Re: Bugreport: Revision graph for previously removed project doesn't work.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-12 16:06:53 CEST

On 6/12/06, Groen, Norbert <Norbert.Groen@getronics.com> wrote:

> Don't know if I'm on the right spot to report a bug.(I don't read this list) Could anyone be so kind to put this issue into the bugsystem.
> I imported a project "Foo".
> Removed project "Foo". (not clever I know)
> And than imported project "Foo" again. (really stupid)
> After the second import I moved the project "Foo" and did some editing and committing tho the sources in the Project. This all worked like a charm.
> Then I wanted an overview of my whereabouts in the source.
> When I tried to make a revision graph, the graph only showed one node. The red node of its primal removal.
> I think the grapher immediately stops with gathering information at the revision where the prjoject is removed. In most cases this is correct, but when a new pject with the same name is created afterwards it is broken.

No, it's not broken. Even if you replace the deleted project with a
new one, and that has the exact same name: for Subversion it is *not*
the same project.


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