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Re: svn log --stop-on-copy question

From: Greg Hudson <ghudson_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: 2004-09-16 22:34:52 CEST

> if I run a

> svn log --stop-on-copy

> on a directory, it stops on the copy.
> If I run the same command on a file in that directory, it does not
> stop. (example below). Is that a bug or a feature? I'm running
> 1.1.0-rc3.

FSFS doesn't always follow copy history correctly when there are,
within a single revision, copy targets in multiple components of the
same path. As a result, it can wind up tracing history to the wrong
location and/or ignoring the --stop-on-copy flag. Thanks to CMike's
work on the reproduction recipe, I was able to fix this in relatively
short order (r10994 on the trunk).

The fix may not make it into 1.1.0 because it's not a critical bug and
we're in the final freeze period for that release. But it should make
it into 1.1.1 if not.

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