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Re: Incorrect revison on rolled back file?

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2005-06-20 15:31:54 CEST

Jason Butlin wrote:
> My query is that I have a file under source control that was itself updated
> on revisons 229, 239, 495 & 498. In order to determine if a bug was
> introduced by a change to this file, I updated this file to revison 239.
> Out of curiousity I wanted to see if there was a way of telling if the file
> not the latest version, so I did an SVN INFO command against the file in
> question. This reported that the Revison was 239 and Last Changed revison
> was 239. Surely the Last Changed revison should be 498?

Unless you update the file to at least 495, this number remains the same. It
just doesn't mean what you think it means, i.e. the file at rev239 was last
changed by rev239.


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