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Re: Multiple repository selection woes

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-28 18:09:26 CEST

Scott Pritchett wrote:
> Actually today I had all 3 actual repositorys selected, chose Update and got this:-
> Completed: At revision: 258
> Error: No such revision 258
> The first of the 3 is at 258, the other 2 are at 257, it would appear that selecting multiple repositories is an unknown/unsupported/and not working feature.

That's a feature of TSVN:
when you select multiple entries for update, it checks if they are from
the same repository (it checks the first two). If they are from the same
repository, it updates all of them to the HEAD revision it finds of the
first repository.
This is to avoid updating them to different revisions if someone else
would do a commit in between the updates.


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