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svn cp + svn log reports files as status R

From: Simon Kitching <skitching_at_apache.org>
Date: 2005-06-07 06:03:30 CEST

Hi,

I've been working on some code in trunk; it has got a little more
complex than I originally thought so I decided to check it in as a
branch "allow-flawed" so people can review it without me damaging the
trunk.

So the "trunk" dir in my working copy has a number of modified files in
it.

I did:
  cd branches
  svn cp ../trunk allow-flawed
  svn commit allow-flawed
[r188671 created]

  svn log -v -r188671:HEAD allow-flawed

The output of the svn log command shows about a dozen files/directories
as status "R" (replaced???). These files certainly have *not* been
deleted/readded in trunk. And many of them are files that haven't been
touched for ages.

Any ideas what I might be doing wrong here?

The repo in question is publicly accessable:
http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/jakarta/commons/proper/logging/branches/allow-flawed/

Thanks,

Simon

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