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commit doesn't update current revision in working directory - you must use update?

From: Charles E. Doucette <cdoucette_at_med-learn.com>
Date: 2003-08-25 17:32:56 CEST

Why is it that when I use TortoiseSVN to do a commit (which changed the
repository version from 12 to 13),
and then I open up a command window in the same directory and type:

C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\CBAS\include>svn info
Revision: 12

Then I have to do an svn update to have it show/reflect the latest
repository version:

C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\CBAS\include>svn update
At revision 13.

Perhaps this is an unfair question since
a) I didn't use the command line tools for everything
b) TortoiseSVN doesn't have an info dialog/command.

For the record, I'm running Subversion 0.25 (client and server) and
TortoiseSVN 0.16.

Is this just because commit is pushing files from the working directory to
the repository only?
I thought if the commit succeeded, your working directory should then
reflect the repository
(or at least the repository would reflect your working directory); and if
not, you'd get errors
about merges failing.


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Received on Mon Aug 25 17:34:54 2003

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