> On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 6:43 PM, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Leszek Ciesielski wrote:
>>> when I invoke the revision graph from 'Browse Repository' view, it
>>> behaves as I would expect, showing all revisions containing changes in
>>> the file that I invoke it on. However, when invoked on the same file
>>> but on a checked-out copy, the revision graph is pretty much useless -
>>> it shows only branching revisions and some other (random?) that the
>>> file doesn't even exist in... Is this a known bug? Changing the
>>> settings does not help - those two graphs show different data even
>>> when the settings are exactly the same and the cache is clean.
>> The revision graph should be the same whether you start it from a working
>> copy file or an URL (from the repo browser). Because the working copy file
>> path is first converted to the corresponding URL before the graph is shown.
>> * are you sure you invoked the graph for the very same file in both cases?
> Yes, did it multiple times because I was also testing different
> things, this is 100% repeatable, on 4 different machines.
>> * the graph does only show branching revisions (unless you activate the
>> "show all revisions" button in the toolbar)
> This button doesn't change the scope of revisions showing when invoked
> from a checked-out file (the graph shifts around a bit, but still
> shows the same data).
>> * when you say that it shows nodes in revisions "the file doesn't even exist
>> in" do you mean the file did not exist (wasn't even added yet or deleted) or
>> do you mean that the file was not changed in that revision? If the latter,
>> then the revision it shows you is one where a parent URL of the file was
>> modified (copied/moved/...).
> It shows revisions where the file wasn't yet added to the repository.
Which version of TSVN? The rev graph has been completely re-written for 1.5.0.
We're currently switching over from CC to Subversion and so far not too many problems occurred ;), but I can indeed confirm the story above.
When using the revision graph in a WC pointing to a branch it's complete rubbish. (It shows revisions where the file wasn't yet added to the repository...) In some cases I even got "No Graph Available". Now the funny thing is if I look at these same file from a WC pointing to Trunk or directly using the repo-browser it's OK. Also as soon as I change and commit a file the revision graph is OK.
Versions: SVN 1.5.0 - TSVN TortoiseSVN 1.5.0, Build 13316 - 32 Bit , 2008/06/21 07:55:29
Any suggestions? Is this a known bug?
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Received on 2008-07-18 10:30:14 CEST