Ron Wilson wrote:
> We are using TSVN 1.4.8 and SVN 1.4.5 on Windows XP SP2
> During the course of work, we renamed a folder in the repository and
> continued our work. Today, I needed to goback to the revision just
> before the rename due a problem building our project. (TSVN -> Rename
> on that folder, then, later, TSVN->Update to Revision on the working
> copy root folder)
> At some point, I tried to look at the log of the folder that was
> renamed. I got the error "File not found: revision 449, path
> '/trunk/SourceCode/code3'" (TSVN->Show Log)
> I then tried to see the log from the CLI client. It worked, listing
> the log for me. (svn log SourceCode/code3')
> FYI, I had updated my working copy to revision 448. Revision 449 was
> the commit of the folder rename.
TSVN uses HEAD as the peg revision to show the log for, while the svn
client uses WC (which confuses most users much more).
If you want to see the log anyway, use the repobrowser, switch to the
revision you have your WC on, right-click in the folder, choose "show log".
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Received on 2008-07-01 18:13:11 CEST