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Re: YNT: Previous revision numer after commiting

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-04-18 17:26:28 CEST

> Hi,
> I will ask the admin to make changes with the signature.
> Assuming one of my files (say test.txt) has revision number 10 at a time
> point. After doing some commits (2 commits)for other files, i change
> text.txt and do a commit. Now the revision number of text.txt is not 11,
since the
> other commits have changed it. If I' m not wrong the revision number will
> be 13. So the revision number before 13 is not 12, its 10 for my file
> (text.txt). This is the way subversion is working, isn' t it?

Yes, it is. If you want to generate differences in your post-commit hook,
you won't need to address revision 10 though. You can generate a difference
between 12 en 13 too, since the contents of the file is unchanged between 10
en 12. (The file does exist in 12.)



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