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[TSVN]: strange behaviour

From: Steffen Gumpert <me_at_privacy.net>
Date: 2006-10-06 23:05:40 CEST

Hi folks,

I want to replace cvs/TortoiseCVS with subversion/TortoiseSVN.
Therefore I've created seven repositories on a Linux-Server
(svn 1.3.2), filled each of them with one project and played
around (W2K Professional SP4)...

When I try to check-out the projects from these repositories
(via svnserve) onto a network-drive (Samba on the same server
that runs subversion - not sure if this is of interest) two of
them drive me crazy:
The files contained in that folders are marked as of revision 1.
Even the folder ".svn" and all files I add to the folder -
even that ones excluded by the global-ignore-option - are marked as
"under version-control" and as of revision 1. This is definitely
wrong because all of these files should be of revision 2!

The same check-out onto a local drive shows the correct attributes
in all cases!

Moreover: copying or moving a "bad folder" from the network-drive
to a local drive will eliminate the oddities and all looks very well
(that means: .svn and all excluded files appear as "not under
version-control" and the contained files are of revision 2).
Moving back the folder to the network-drive lets arise the problem

This may look very strange, I know, especially it only happens to
two of the seven projects. But I tried this more than once:
the same result. Re-installation of subversion and TortoiseSVN
did not take affect! (It just happened to another project(s)).

Can anybody give me a hint what is going wrong here?

Thanx in advance, Steffen.

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