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Re: Unusual behaviour of "svn mv" on directories

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-18 18:05:14 CET

On Wed, 2004-02-18 at 11:02, Andy Parkins wrote:

> > 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.

'svn up' didn't delete anything in your scenario. All it did was bump
every local revnum to HEAD, even if there were no actual changes to
apply. And that's enough to allow the schedule-deletion of A to be
accepted when you commit.

> What a tough time you guys have.

Versioning directories is hard. Let's go shopping.

> Sterling work though. Your responses and
> work are all very much appreciated.


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