On 18.11.2014 14:32, weie wrote:
> I have a project repo in which I include part of a "core" repo as an external item. In this particular case I am including a branch of the core repo, specifically dedicated to the project.
> The project is uses explicit revisions of the external (operative rev).
> Now, I have made and committed a change in the branch of the core repo, then updated the project repo externals definition to the corresponding operative revision.
> Everything looks fine and dandy, and all files are of the correct revisions. Project working copy (and its externals) are all updated.
> This is my issue: if I on the root of the project working copy do a "check for modifications / check repository" it lists the newly committed core project changes as modifications. If I diff, there are no modifications, and there is nothing to commit.
> The only discernible difference I can see is that the "remote revision" of the recently committed external item is older than the "revision". Clean-up of the working copy does not help the issue.
> If I at this point checkout a pristine working copy the issue goes away - no modifications are listed.
> Since all the files are actually correct this is not a critical issue, but a bit of an annoyance as the "check for mods"-window gets cluttered with a bunch of items which aren't changed.
> Any suggestions on how to resolve it would be appreciated (or hint on if I'm doing anything wrong) - I'm not too keen on having to pull out pristine w-c:s all the time.
That's a known problem, but not something that will be fixed (I think):
I've reported this before on the svn mailing list, but the devs there
think that this is the correct behavior for an 'svn st -u -v', which is
what the "check repository" button does in the the
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Received on 2014-11-19 21:15:15 CET