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Bug in "svn ls"

From: Ray Johnson <Rayj_at_ingenio.com>
Date: 2004-09-16 18:26:54 CEST

 
I found a bug when doing the "list" sub-command like this:
 
svn ls -v http://sever.com/trunk/somedir
 
Which would return data like this:
      3 keencorp 813 Apr 20 21:36 500.asp
      3 keencorp 85 Apr 20 21:36 Default.asp
   3671 keencorp Aug 27 15:08 Include/
      9 keencorp May 03 08:01 Javascript/
   4145 keencorp Sep 15 13:53 Platform.Tools/
   4154 keencorp Sep 15 16:00 Tools/
      3 keencorp 47 Apr 20 21:36 dg.gif
   1102 keencorp 343 Jun 27 17:10 domainconfig.xml
      3 keencorp 43 Apr 20 21:36 dot_white.gif
   2375 keencorp 4090 Jul 29 17:21 livetools_config.xml
      3 keencorp 23 Apr 20 21:36 make_subdirs.txt
      3 keencorp 627 Apr 20 21:36 tools_config.xml
 
The problem is that the author is wrong. To see what it should be I do
a "svn log" for one of the files:
 
svn log http://svn/KeenDev/trunk/SRC/LiveTools/dg.gif
 
Which gives the output:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
r3 | keencorp\rayj | 2004-04-20 21:36:56 -0700 (Tue, 20 Apr 2004) | 1
line
 
Import KeenSeres33 from VSS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 
As you can infer we are using the Mod that allows use to authenticate
SVN users via a Windows Domain. In this case "svn ls" is only showing
the domain instead of the domain\username - which is the real user name.
Must be just a bug in "ls" since everyother command that might return
the author does return the full author name.
 
Oh - I first saw this bug in 1.0.6. I downloaded the 1.1rc3 client
yesterday and the bug still exists. (However, the server is still
1.0.6.)
 
Has this bug been reported before? Any chance it could get fixed for
1.1?
 
Ray
Received on Thu Sep 16 18:27:23 2004

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