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Re: Missing file

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-12 21:03:13 CEST

Scott Pritchett wrote:
> Did anyone understand the problem? I know I'm not very clear
> sometimes.
> ---------
> I just rebuilt my repositories from a newer dump so there were some
> amendments to be applied to my current old WCs.
> When I updated one file was missing. I had two versioned files
> The zip file was not there. I deleted all in my WC and re-checked out
> and it was back. Is this a bug?

It could be. But when you say "newer dump", what exactly does that mean?
Is it a dump from a different repository or from the same? If from the
same, how could it be newer than the one you had?

If it was from a different repository, you might have the revision
numbers not matched exactly. In that case, the update won't work
correctly (of course), because updating means applying the diff between
the revision you have in the working copy and the HEAD revision in the

> The zip file was (suspiciously) the last file processed in the
> 'check-out'.

If you're sure it's a bug, please report it on the Subversion mailing
list. TSVN uses the Subversion library for all network/repository
access, and if an update doesn't work correctly it's a bug in the
Subversion library.


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