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Re: how to revive a deleted directory? (+ svn segfault)

From: Joey Hess <joey_at_kitenet.net>
Date: 2003-11-24 02:01:51 CET

Thanks for clarifying PREV, I obviously need to re-read the book.

Julian Foad wrote:
> That's interesting. I don't get a segfault when I try to do a similar
> thing, but then I'm running the head version of Subversion, and the
> segfault bug might have been fixed already.
> ~/tmp> svn co -N file:///home/julianfoad/vcs/sandbox/
> A sandbox/eol-test
> A sandbox/f
> A sandbox/gnudiff
> A sandbox/space in name
> A sandbox/t
> A sandbox/x
> Checked out revision 47.
> ~/tmp> cd sandbox/
> ~/tmp/sandbox> svn cp -r PREV cyc foo
> svn: Tried a versioning operation on an unversioned resource
> svn: 'cyc' is not under version control
> In my case, "cyc" is a directory that existed in the repository up to
> revision 46 but was deleted in revision 47 (HEAD). I am assuming that
> this corresponds to your scenario.

Yes, that looks very similar.

I cannot try the new version of subversion just yet, but I can probably
make the (very small) repository and a full transcript of a reproduction
of the bug available to anyone who's interested.

see shy jo

Received on Mon Nov 24 01:57:11 2003

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