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Re: Updating w/ HEAD revision

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-14 14:10:52 CEST

Emmanuel-G BLOT wrote:

> What I expected was that net_backup.sh in /usr/local/anciens/bin, using
> revision 3 would be updated to the last revision, numbered 12.
> Nothing happened.

That makes no sense, I agree. I've never seen such a behavior before.

> I finally got the last revision updated into the second repository by
> using an explicit revision option:
> svn update -r HEAD bin/net_backup.sh

There's no difference between 'svn up target' and 'svn up -rHEAD
target'. They're exactly the same, so again, I agree, this makes no sense.

Can you reproduce the behavior somehow? I've never seen this behavior
before, nor have I heard anyone report it, nor can I reproduce it.

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