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Bug: Checkout of old revision of moved/renamed branch

From: Ben Bucksch <ben.bucksch.news_at_beonex.com>
Date: 2005-09-10 23:01:03 CEST

1. svn mv .../foo/bar .../foo/baz
(commited revision 100)
2. svn co -r 50 .../foo/bar/
3. svn co -r 50 .../foo/baz/

Actual result:
With svn 1.2.6 (from svk Mac package), step 2 gives:
svn: REPORT request failed on '/my/repo/!svn/bc/421/foo/bar'
svn: '/my/repo/!svn/bc/421/foo/bar' path not found
while step 3 works

With svn 1.1.4 from fink, step 2 works, while step 3 gives:
svn: URL '.../foo/baz' doesn't exist

So, the behaviour is completely inversed.

Expected result:
I would argue that the behaviour of svn 1.1 (from fink) is correct,
although I don't mind both ways to work. Step 2 not working is
definitely broken, though - at revision 50, it was foo/bar/, not foo/baz/.

I had quite some difficulty with a coworker the other day when I was
instructing him (he's new to svn) via Jabber (me using svn 1.1 from fink
and him using svn 1.2.x on Windows).

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