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Re: Tortoiseproc cat /revision:999 copies wrong version

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2013 16:40:47 -0500

On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 1:50 PM, Noel Dennis <ndennis_at_templeton.com> wrote:
> I am using Totoiseproc with the cat command to copy objects from a SVN repository to a local Windows 7 folder and it is not working as advertised.
>
> Here is the command line in a DOS script:
>
> C:\PROGRA~1\TortoiseSVN\bin/TortoiseProc /command:cat /path:https://sourcemgmtsvn:18080/svn/gid_ecs_repos/GIDcode/UNIX/gid/scripts/Intl3pty_status_update.ksh /revision:51057 /savepath:C:\GID_Releases\CR3\CR3_pkg_UNIX\gid\scripts\\Intl3pty_status_update.ksh 1>>"C:\GID_Releases\CR3\svn_copy.log" 2>&1
>
>
> The /revision option is in question.
>
> - The SVN object I am trying to copy has a SVN revision number of 51056
> - 51056 is the highest revision number in the SVN sub-folder
> - I used an incorrect revision number of 51057 instead of 51056 as a test
> - 51057 is in use by a different object in a different folder
> - Even though I used the incorrect revision number for the object, the object is still copied
> - On using a revision number that is greater than the highest revision number in the top most folder I do get an error
>
> Version informations
>
> TortoiseSVN 1.8.3, Build 24901 - 32 Bit , 2013/10/27 15:38:41
> Subversion 1.8.4, -release
> apr 1.4.8
> apr-util 1.5.2
> serf 1.3.2
> OpenSSL 1.0.1e 11 Feb 2013
> zlib 1.2.8
>

Can you try the same operation with svn.exe (included with TSVN,
unless you unchecked the box during the installation process)?

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