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Re: We could find some revision in SVN repository

From: Petr Fejfar <petr.fejfar_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 11:20:14 +0200

On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 10:16 AM, Simon
Large<simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com> wrote:

>> Maybe it is related to problem described in my another post and process,
>> when I was trying to resynchronize TortoiseSVN:
>> 1. I had 10 non-versioned folders, each containing 4 non-versioned files.
>> 2. TortoiseSVN behaved like folders & files has been commited,
>>    but they were not.
> What do you mean by this? What is TortoiseSVN's behaviour? Why do you
> say they are not committed?

Hi Simon,

have you read the (probably) related thread "TortoiseSVN falls out of
step with repository"? (maybe my bad I've created two separated
topics). It seems that the primary problem is client fallen out of
steps with repository described in the second post. Once again:

1. I've committed non-versioned folders with files by checking on
checkboxes in commit summary dialog
2. TortoiseSVN client then showed that everything has been commited
and there are no modifications or non-versioned files to be committed
3. If my collegue updated his WC, those folders and files were missing
in repository
4. If I checked source out by command line client into temporary
location, the folders and files were really missing
5. I had to manually remove non-existing folders from repository and
add them explicitelly by add command as described above
6. Revisions between commitment of those folders shown by TortoiseSVN
as committed and adding those folders manually by add command again
are two levels up,
   but no action was recorderd and no data are missplaced
7. Nobody of us has changed URL.

> You keep describing these revisions as missing, but we have already
> established that they are not; they are just not where you expected
> them to be.

Sorry for that: I don't keep describing them as missing, but as
"missing" for brevity.

> Use repo browser to show the log for the repository root. Then LOOK AT
> IT. That will tell you where the 'missing' files have been
> copied/moved from and who did it.

IT SHOWS ME NOTHING. The bottom panel with action is empty for those
"missing" revisions...

> nested WCs or something else strange. Use Check for Modifications in
> the working copy to see this. Use the Subversion tab on the Windows
> folder properties to check whether the WC URL is what you think it
> should be.

Nothing special can be seen there. URL is correct and nobody of us has
changed it.

> On the WC that caused the problem try looking in
> TortoiseSVN->Settings->Saved Data->Action Log and see what actions
> were recorded.

There are logged modifications and content sending of files being
inside non-versioned folders which does not exists in repository and
which TortoiseSVN finally marked as commited. The commit is reported
as completed with no errors.



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