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Re: Empty file problem with cvs2svn.py!

From: Andreas Schildbach <andreas_at_schildbach.de>
Date: 2003-11-14 08:45:00 CET

mark benedetto king wrote:

> Is it possible that for a particular file, all revisions before a particular
> one (for that file) are empty?

I'm afraid not. I checked in an empty file (well maybe one by accident,
but not that many empty files). When I create a new file in the
repository, I always add and commit the file with some content.

> This might occur if the ,v files have been truncated, since the ,v's store
> the revisions in reverse-chronological order.

I never edited the ,v files manually, except for moving them around and
renaming them. Could this be a problem?

Below is an example of a ,v file that came out empty in the svn
repository. It's got one revision (1.1) which was filled with content
from the beginning.



head 1.1;
locks; strict;
comment @# @;

date 2003.; author @andreas.schildbach@; state Exp;
next ;
permissions 666;
commitid d883f3bbbe20000;
kopt kv;
deltatype text;


@+ signon
@<%@@ taglib prefix="c" uri="http://java.sun.com/jstl/core" %>

<c:redirect url="${backurl}"/>


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