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Possible bug while committing an added file

From: Ingmar Stieger <papillon_at_nwnx.org>
Date: 2006-06-21 12:29:47 CEST


this might be a possible bug with 1.3.5:

I created a new repository with maybe 1000 source files from version 1
of some code base (revision 1). Then I checked out a working copy,
copied all files from version 2 into that directory (some new, some
changed), and committed again (revision 2). Then I did the same for
version 3 of our code, resulting in revision 3. So far no problems.

When I try to merge the differences between revision 2 and 3 into a
third codebase, Tortoise fails with the following error message:

Error: Copyfrom-url 'svn://server/test/Table%20353.txt' has different
repository root than 'svn://server/SITE'

I traced the problem back to a single file (Table 353.txt) that has been
added while committing version 3. If I do not add the file, the merge
runs without problems. If I add the file, the error occurs. I can
reproduce the problem with any arbitrary file, with or without using

I think this might have something to do with the changes in the last two
releases ? Since it says something about changes to how new files are

I installed Tortoise 1.2.6 and no problems there.

Please tell me if there is anything I can do to further pinpoint the


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