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Strange behaviour (sparse update oder bug ?)

From: wp1110314-johann <johann.letzel_at_johann-letzel.de>
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2010 09:43:27 +0200

Tested with TortoiseSVN 1.6.7 and 1.6.8. Server is SVN 1.5.2 under Linux.
Take following scenario:

- Repository with subfolder "SUB" with one file in it "OLD"
- Working copy is at head revision (e.g. 50)
- Create new file "ADD1" in "SUB"
- Add it and commit (rev 51)
- Modify "OLD" and commit (rev 52)
- Create file "ADD2" in "SUB", add it and commit (rev 53)
- Modify "ADD1" and commit (rev 54)

- Switch working copy to revision 50
- on "SUB" "Check from modifications"->"Check repository":

  SUB modified
  ADD1 added
  ADD2 added
  OLD modified

- Select "ADD2" and "update" to revision 53
- "ADD2" is added to directory "SUB"
- "SUB" now has revision 53
- on "SUB" "Check from modifications"->"Check repository":

  OLD modified

- Where is "ADD1" !?
- "Update" on "SUB" (to head revision)

   File 'ADD1' in directory 'C:\playground\SUB' is not a versioned

I also checked this sceanrio with Subclipse and Subversive. Both made it
right because they didn't rise the revision of the folder.

Is it a bug ?


Johann Letzel


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