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Re: Problem with Log / "Stop on copy/rename"

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-07 17:45:12 CEST

Carsten Kögler wrote:
> Hello,
>>> Hello,
>>> I try to show a log dialog for an folder which was moved some revisions
>>> ago using "Move versioned fiels here" from explorer context menu.
>>> If I uncheck "stop on copy/rename" it still shows only the revisions after
>>> the move.
>>> Click on "Next 100" brings error message:
>>> "Unable to find repository location for 'https://....' in revision 86"
>>> I used nightly build
>>> TortoiseSVN 1.4.0, Build 7371 - 32 Bit -dev, 2006/08/30 22:26:07
>>> on WinXP.
>>> I read in the mailing list that this was an problem with subversion
>>> library <1.4.0.
>>> Does the version of the subversion server have influence on this?
>> What do you see in the bottom pane of the log dialog for the last
>> revision shown? If there's not an entry "added" with an url/revision in
>> the "copy from" column, then you haven't really moved the folder or not
>> committed both the add and the delete in the same commit.
> I see the "add" and the "copy from" information and it is correct.
> We are using Subversion version 1.3.0 on the server. Could this be the reason?

If you see the copyfrom information, then I don't know why unchecking
"stop on copy/rename" wouldn't show you the log messages past the copy.
It works for me on my test repositories quite fine.

Maybe you can give me read access to your repo so I can try to reproduce
the problem with your repo? Just tell me which path you show the log for
(I promise I won't look at the data...)


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