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Re: Subversion Cross Reference site updated

From: Christian Sauer <christian_at_endrun.org>
Date: 2003-11-16 05:53:43 CET

On Fri, Nov 14, 2003 at 11:05:16PM -0600, kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> Christian Sauer <christian@endrun.org> writes:
> > The Subversion Cross Reference site (http://www.endrun.org/xr/svn)
> > has been updated to include the 0.33.0 release.
> You must have cross-referenced a live working copy, because it snagged
> all the text-base files (*.svn-base). One solution to this would be
> to tell the crawler to ignore .svn/ directories, or if that's not
> possible, then use 'svn export' instead of 'svn checkout' to get the
> source data.

There isn't an easy way to tell it not to look at files, so perhaps 'svn
export' is a better way to go. Does export work like checkout, in the
sense that running 'svn export' in a wc will pull in only changes? I would
hate to have to smash and recreate the directory every night.

> Also, in the search results, clicking on any of the highlighted
> filenames results in an error like this, whether or not it is a
> *.svn-base file:
> The file /trunk/subversion/libsvn_subr/hash.c does not exist

Heh. What it said it couldn't find and what it actually was looking for
were two different things. This is working for all revisions now.

> Thought you'd want to know,
> -Karl

Thanks for the heads up.


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