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Re: `svn commit` -> only partial changeset

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-05-02 02:55:21 CEST

On May 1, 2005, at 1:17 PM, Christopher Ness wrote:
> I thought that the commit was successful since it was in the repository
> (atomic commits!) until I checked it out into another WC, untar'd the
> source over it again and then ran `svn status` to see a bunch of files
> identified with '?'.

Sorry, I don't understand what in this description makes you think that
only a partial changeset was committed.

In the world of FSFS, the new revision-tree is assembled as a single
file in the repos/db/txns/ directory, then the "atomicity" comes from a
single move of that file to repos/db/revs/. So either the file is
moved, or it isn't.

Are you saying there's only half a file there? What *are* the contents
of the file? If you run 'svn ls file:///...', what do you see in the
latest revision? What does 'svn log file:///...' say?

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