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Re: Files that disappear from one directory and reappear in other

From: Johan Appelgren <johan.appelgren_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-01-20 09:49:41 CET

On Thu, 20 Jan 2005 05:30:27 -0300 (CLST), Eric Ross
<eross+svn@disc.ucn.cl> wrote:
> Hello there
> I've using subversion for some time, for many projects. From some time
> (about one week) I'm having a problem. My project has two directories: src
> and build. I compile the .java in src and left the resulting .class in
> build. But from time to time, when I update the tree (svn up) in one of my
> machines, I got many "A" for .javas in the build directory, and "D"
> for this files in the src directory. I dont know why. I haven't added nor
> deleted files in sometime.
> Diagram:
> project root
> +-- src
> +-- a.java
> +-- b.java |--+
> +-- build |
> <----------+
> Can someone give any ideas why this is happening ? I really hate when my
> files get deleted.
> Thanks in advance.
> PS: subversion-1.1.3

Resending this to the list, hate it when I forget that reply does not
mean reply to the list.

Have you looked in the log for your repository to see when and by whom
those files were moved? Maybe you're using some tool or script that
does the moving by mistake?


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