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Re: Is it a bug?

From: Mike Mason <mgm_at_thoughtworks.net>
Date: 2005-01-10 04:49:56 CET

jack lee wrote:

> I use subversion latest version and Subclipse 0.9.25 on windowsXP with
> sp1. After I did some switch among different versions or branches and
> went back the head of the main stream, I failed to make some change
> and commit it. ( I did it in eclipse3.0).
> Did anyone meet the same problem?

I'm not quite sure what you did. Can you give us a step-by-step list of
things you did?

> BTW, if I changed something in head of main stream. I don't commit it
> and switch to other branch what is supposed to happen? If I change
> back, is my change still there?

"svn switch" is kind of like "svn update" -- if you have a modified file
in your working copy and you switch to another branch, your local
changes will be preserved. If you then do a commit, you'll be committing
to the new branch.


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