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Re: Log entry of a deleted file

From: Norbert Unterberg <nunterberg_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-07 16:38:57 CEST

2005/7/7, Joshua Varner <jlvarner@gmail.com>:

> Okay, this make sense. I just have one question and this isn't meant
> as a criticism I'm just trying to understand the behavior. If Adds and
> Deletes are considered changes to the containing directory, then what
> is the rationale for not updating the version of the directory when an
> Add or Delete occurs?

Becaus the directory has not really been updated to that revision. To
do so you need to run an svn update. Updating the directory can have
other effects becasue some other user could have changed directory
properties in the mean time. If you just update the revision number
locally, then the directory would not match the repository revision of
that directory. This can only be done by explicitly running the


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