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Re: Help with Revision Numbers

From: Roberto Nucera <nucera_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-03-30 01:35:07 CEST


Thanks for the explanations. They helped a lot.

You mentioned that - All those "44"s in your printout indicate that
the "working revision" of
those files is 44. You must have either just checked out the WC, or
recently did an "svn update" to version 44."

And this is true, I did an svn update, but what could have caused this
branch to be at 44,
since all it's local revisions are less than 44?

For you information, this is a "branch" not the trunk. Could it be
that the trunk is at 44? and so this branch also is at 44? Any other
reason as to why this could happen?

It cannot be another person working on this branch, otherwise one of
this files would also be at 44, correct?

Thanks again


On Tue, 29 Mar 2005 15:48:35 -0500, Toby Johnson <toby@etjohnson.us> wrote:
> In Subversion, working copies (WC) can have their elements at different
> revision numbers. Some files might be at lower revision numbers, while
> others are at higher revision numbers.
> When you first check out a WC, all items are at the same revision number
> (usually HEAD unless you specified a different revision). As you make
> changes to individual files/directories, and commit those changes, then
> those particular files are at a newer revision than the rest of the WC.
> You can bring the entire WC up to the latest revision using "svn update".
> All those "44"s in your printout indicate that the "working revision" of
> those files is 44. You must have either just checked out the WC, or
> recently did an "svn update" to version 44.
> The "other" revision is the last-changed revision. For trout.c, even
> though its local copy has been updated to revision 44, the last time it
> was actually *changed* was back in revision 35. This duality exists
> because revision numbers are global, i.e. they pertain to the entire
> repository and not just one file. So even though your local copy of
> trout.c is at revision 44, it wasn't changed in revisions 36-44.
> The "Status against revision: 46" is due to the --show-updates, which
> checks for changes from the repository as well as local changes. This
> means that the repository is currently at revision 46 (its current
> HEAD). That means some files might have changed since you checked out or
> updated your WC (and indeed they have, as seen by the "*" on a couple
> files). If you were to run "svn update" at this point, all "working
> revisions" would be brought to 46, and the appropriate (remote) changes
> would be brought down locally.
> You can picture why a branch can be at a newer revision than some of its
> member files by remembering that branches are simply cheap copies. So if
> the branch took place at revision 35, and some (but not all) of its
> members were modified after that, then those members which haven't been
> modified at all can still be at revision 35 (at least until another "svn
> update" is made).
> Roberto Nucera wrote:
> >Can anyone explain to me what a "working-revision" is? We are new to Subversion.
> >
> >This is the example from the book (on svn status)
> >
> >$ svn status --show-updates --verbose
> > M * 44 23 sally README
> > M 44 20 harry bar.c
> > * 44 35 harry stuff/trout.c
> > D 44 19 ira stuff/fish.c
> > A 0 ? ? stuff/things/bloo.h
> >
> >Status against revision: 46
> >
> >1. How can the branch be at revision 44 while the highest revision for
> > a file is 35?
> >2. What is the working revision (44?)
> >3. What is the other revision (say 35 for file trout.c)?
> >4. How are they related?
> >5. What is the 46 below (Status against revision)? Which revision is that?
> >
> >// --
> >
> >Thanks in advance!
> >
> >roberto
> >
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