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Re: Compare revisions gives a 'path not found' error after rename or move

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 18:39:55 +0200

Russ wrote:
> Thanks. I didn't know about the limitation regarding comparing a file
> before and after a rename.
> However, I get this error when I try comparing any two revisions done
> before the rename. The exact error is "'/svn/test!svn/trunk/test2.txt'
> path not found". The filename in the error message is the name of the
> file after I did the rename even though I am comparing to revisions
> that occurred before the rename.
> What makes me think that this is an issue with one of the newer
> versions of TortoiseSVN is that when I create a working directory on a
> machine that has 1.5.5 installed, I can compare the same two revisions
> using the exact same procedure fine. However, every machine that I've
> tried that has 1.6.1 installed fails.

Did you start the log dialog from a working copy or the repository browser?


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Received on 2009-04-22 18:41:15 CEST

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