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Re: Modified file not reported by TSVN

From: Lithian <LithianNG_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 08:01:25 +0000 (UTC)

Stefan Küng ha scritto:

> Are you sure that you really modified that file?

If I see that file from another machine or with WebSVN I don't see the
edits.

> So, please make sure that the file *really* was modified.

The file was really modified. It's a source file of a program, I can see
the differece with my eyes.

What I would like to understand is how SVN know if the working copy is
modified. I used to think that it compares the working copy with BASE. You
speak about some properties, but there isn't a so subtle difference. The
working copy has some lines of code that there aren't in the BASE.

> Stefan

Lithian

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