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Re: Unusual behaviour of "svn mv" on directories

From: Andy Parkins <andyp_at_leaseline.plus.com>
Date: 2004-02-18 18:02:34 CET

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On Wednesday 18 February 2004 16:39, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> > There is no difference between the two "svn status" outputs.
> Yes there is, run 'svn st -v'. Look at the local revnums. :-)

This really is marvellous fun :-) You are quite right (of course).. and I
accept fully what you say. I think my only remaining quibble, then, is that
the output of "svn update" didn't tell me that it had deleted my local
revision 1 of dir A. Thinking about it however, it is probably very
difficult to implement that, as it doesn't fit into any of the categories
shown in "svn status --help".

What a tough time you guys have. Sterling work though. Your responses and
work are all very much appreciated.


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Andy Parkins
Technical Director email: andyp@leaseline.plus.com
Leaseline Systems Limited tel: +44 (0)151 652 5551
Unit 31, Price Street Business Centre fax: +44 (0)151 652 9983
Birkenhead, CH41 4JQ

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