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Bug in command svn ls?

From: thomas mauch <Thomas.Mauch_at_swisslog.com>
Date: 2005-01-10 13:58:41 CET

Erroneously some old backup copies were added to subversion. After
noticing this, I removed them with the command
> svn del --force utilprot.cpp.19990204 utilconfig.cpp.19990204
and committed the changes. So when I now run
> svn status -u
it shows that everything is up-to-date and three files do not exist any
longer in the directory.
However, when I run the 'svn ls' command in this directory, the three
files still get listed. As I was not really sure whether I got the
meaning of the svn ls command right, I checked out the directory in
question to another location and if run 'svn ls' there, the deleted
files get not listed anymore - which is what is would expecting. So this
looks like a bug to me or am I getting something wrong?

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