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Re: "svn commit" followed by "svn log" doesn't show new revision

From: Niels Skou Olsen <nso_at_manbw.dk>
Date: 2004-11-18 07:16:03 CET

Niels Skou Olsen <nso@manbw.dk> writes:

>> Aside note to Ben: in "How Working Copies Track the Repository" the text
>> refers to files only, such as "each file in a working directory" and
>> "working file", when there are entries for directories too, and they are
>> tracked in the same way.
> I agree that this section should cover directories as well. Especially the
> state "Locally changed, and out-of-date" has some interesting subtleties
> with respect to the behaviour of commit/update:

It was a bit late when I wrote this section. Actually the two items below
apply to *all* four states of the working copy ("Unchanged, and current",
"Locally changed, and current", "Unchanged, and out-of-date", "Locally
changed, and out-of-date"):

> 1. Committing directory changes is handled differently from files, when
> the working copy is out of date. For directories the commit succeeds,
> and for files it fails with the "Out of date" error message.
> 2. When committing a directory change, the directory's BASE revision is
> not updated, and "svn log" will thus not show the new revision. When
> committing a file change, the file's BASE revision *is* updated, and
> "svn log" *will* show the new revision.

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