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Re: Possible bug while committing an added file

From: Ingmar Stieger <papillon_at_nwnx.org>
Date: 2006-06-28 11:02:25 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Not really, but thanks for the offer. What I need are steps to reproduce
> the problem. You said you could reproduce it with a new repository, so
> why don't you write down each step you take until you get that error?

Ok, sorry for beeing inaccurat. I'm a bit confused by this, and it
really shows ;-)

It boils down to this with v1.2.6 (note: the error occurs a bit earlier
in the process with v1.3.5):

1) If I merge changes between two revisions of repository A into my
working copy of repository B, and files get added to working copy B
during that process, the error occurs when I commit B. The URL of the
new file points to repository B (which is correct), but during a commit
it complains:

Error: Source url 'svn://sitsite/B/my_new_file.txt' is from different

(well yeah, it originally comes from repository A... still, the URL says
it belongs to repository B)

2) If I follow exactly the same steps without using two but just one
repository C with two subdirectories branch_A and branch_B, I get no error.

So, my question is: Is approach #1 wrong ? If so, please tell me and
disregard the "possible bug" report. If it is not wrong, I'll try to get
you a detailed step-by step procedure to reproduce the problem.


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