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Re: Known 'svn ls' bug?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-11-23 00:58:52 CET

v4r4n <console.cowboy@gmail.com> writes:
> I just copied a file and removed the original (a rename by hand).
> I typed 'svn status' to confirm what I'd just done:
> D foo_old_name.c
> A + foo_new_name.c
> Then I randomly typed 'svn ls' and noticed that my newly copied file
> was not listed, but the old one was still there.

That's surprising...

> Also, normal cmd 'ls' just shows the new renamed copy and not the old
> deleted file.
> It isn't that big of a deal, just making sure this is a known issue
> since people to rely on 'svn ls' might freak out.
> I'm using svn, version 1.1.1 (r11581) compiled Oct 25 2004, 13:38:36.

Can you show us a full transcript? For example, include the output of
your 'svn ls'. (Well, a reproduction recipe from the very beginning
would be best, starting with 'svnadmin create', if you have time to
construct one.)

Thank you,

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Received on Tue Nov 23 01:02:26 2004

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