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Re: Can someone explain this?

From: Travis P <svn_at_castle.fastmail.fm>
Date: 2005-02-02 05:12:16 CET

On Feb 1, 2005, at 9:41 PM, Steve Cohen wrote:

> Why am I seeing this?
> There are not 2 revisions, there are 16. 16 is the latest. Why are
> both the list command and the info command stuck on the idea that
> revision 2 is the latest, unless revision 16 is specified on the
> command
> line? If I look at the repository through a web server
> (http://localhost/svn/myproj/trunk/src/java/org/javactivity/game), I
> see
> revision 16.

Take a look at the info about mixed repositories in the Subversion book.

I believe that:

"svn list -v" has an implied argument of "." -- the directory in your
working copy (WC), which is most likely at rev 2. The repos is not
accessed over the network for this information.

"svn list -r 16 -v" goes to the repository because you specified the
revision you want and since your WC is at a different rev (rev 2), the
repos must be asked what is in rev 16.

If you were to do an "svn up; svn list -v", you'll get the answers you
are expecting.


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