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Re: Bug in "svn ls"

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-09-16 19:53:28 CEST

Ray Johnson wrote:
> 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 47 Apr 20 21:36 dg.gif
...
>
> 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
..
> 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.)

Can't reproduce by setting an author to 'foo\bar' using file:// access using
trunk.

Upgrading the server would probably fix it.

Max.

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