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Re: Repository Graph shows non existing trunk revision number

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-25 12:38:06 CEST

On 7/25/06, IGI/Michael Möllney <m.moellney@igi-systems.com> wrote:

> look for a bug report or mail with this problem, but did not find one
> .... so:
> I have a trunk and some branches.
> to make it simple:
> rev10 in trunk,
> rev11 in branch
> Now I copied the head of trunk to get a tag: rev12 in tag
> if I now look at the graph I see a branch line between: rev11 in trunk
> and rev12 in tag.
> But rev11 is not in trunk!

Yes it is. trunk did exist in rev11. And you created the tag from
trunk at HEAD (rev 11 at that time). So the graph is correct.

> The graph should show: rev12 (in tag) connected to rev10 in trunk.

No, it shouldn't. You didn't create the tag from rev10 but from HEAD
of trunk, and HEAD was rev11 when you created the tag.


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