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moved files showing up in two places on checkout

From: Bill Comisky <bcomisky_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2003-11-01 20:06:58 CET

I just noticed I had a discrepancy between my main working copy and newly
checked out working copy.

Here's the scenario that lead to this.

1) I moved some files (via "svn mv") from one versioned
subdirectory (dirA) to another (dirB), then comitted (Rev 158).

2) I *think* I did an "svn up".. actually I would've gotten an
"out-of-date" on my next commit (see below) if I hadn't right?

3) I then renamed the original dirA with "svn mv dirA newA" and comitted
that change (Rev 159).

4) svn up

In the WC where I did all of this, I see the originally moved files only
in dirB. However, if I do a new checkout, I see the files in dirB and in

"svn st -vu" in the newly checked-out working copy (in directory
newA) shows:
              178 138 bcomisky runpar.m
              178 147 bcomisky runmpm.m
              178 159 bcomisky celldir.m
              178 159 bcomisky cassegrain.m

The first two files shown should have been moved to dirB in Rev 158 and
they don't show up in newA in my original wc (even after "svn up" etc).
In the newly checked out wc in dirB, "svn st -vu" gives:

              178 158 bcomisky runpar.m
              178 168 bcomisky runmpm.m

The second file shown was modified after it was moved in Rev 158. The
"svn st" output from my original wc in dirB matches this.

The original moves where done over http: using 0.30.0 of the Subversion
client and server. I updated to Rev 7592 of the Subversion trunk last
night for both client and server, which didn't change anything.

Did I screw up somewhere? What operations could lead to something like
this? Can I just "svn rm" the old files from newA in a newly checked out
WC? Is my original WC hosed?


Bill Comisky
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Received on Sat Nov 1 20:07:47 2003

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