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Re: Confusing commit log status

From: void pointer <rcdailey_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2009 13:04:29 -0500

On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 11:46 AM, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> In a commit, svn first sends the operation requests to the repository,
> so the repo can verify that every operation is possible/allowed. After
> that part is done, the content changes are sent. It wouldn't make much
> sense to send the contents right away (especially if the content changes
> are several MB big), only to have the commit get rejected in the last
> change because a file was outdated or an added file already exists in
> the repository or the user doesn't have write access to a particular
> folder.
> I've just tested a commit with two added files and three modifications:
> the "sending content" was also shown for the added files.
> But of course, if the added files were actually renamed/moved (i.e., an
> add with a corresponding delete), then "sending content" won't be
> necessary because the action/command (i.e., move/rename) is enough and
> no content has to be sent.

No, these files were physically added. They never existed in the repository
beforehand. Did I find a bug?

PS: Why is it showing my name as 'void pointer'? It does this on the SVN
mailing list too. It's an alias I use in various other places, but not on
any of my mailing list subscriptions. I can't figure out where it is pulling
that name from.


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Received on 2009-06-02 20:04:57 CEST

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