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Re: Incomplete Revision Graph after changing directory name

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-04-07 19:28:38 CEST

Kevin Saunders wrote:
>> Kevin Saunders wrote:
>>> What I did:
>>> After 250 revisions, I changed my root directory name using the
>>> Repo-browser from svn://Test3/ViaSub to svn://Test3/JWMS, then I added
>> some more revisions.
>>> What I expected:
>>> When I display the revision graph of the root directory, I expect it
>>> show me the revisions from 250 to current, or from 0 to current showing
>>> the name change.
> Stefan wrote:
>> Wrong expectation: it will show you only the locations where a path was
>> copied (e.g. branched or tagged).
> Stefan, thank you for the reply. I guess I was not clear enough. What I
> expected to see was the branching/tagging locations for the life of the
> repository, not just from the start to where I changed the directory name.

I can't see that with trunk.
Here's what I did:

* create a repo
* check out a wc from that repo
* add a file, commit
* modify file, commit (3 times)
* create folder trunk, add and commit
* create file inside trunk, add commit
* modify file in trunk, commit (2 times)
* rename folder trunk, commit
* modify file in renamed trunk, commit (4 times)

attached the graph I get.

btw: you should only see the revision in which you renamed the root
folder in 1.3.3.


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Received on Fri Apr 7 19:29:03 2006

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