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Problems accessing a deleted file

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2005-12-19 17:49:45 CET

I'm working on a post-commit script. I'm running into some trouble
with deletions.

The scenario goes like this:

file foo was copied from trunk to a branch at rev 34995
file foo was then deleted on the branch at rev 36201

Normally I would expect
  svn cat -r 36200 branch/mybranch/foo@36200
to work (and give me the file as it was just before the deletion).

In this case, it doesn't work, and in fact I see other oddities.

svn log branch/mybranch/foo@36200 fails
svn log branch/mybranch/foo@34995 fails
svn log -r 34995 branch/mybranch/foo@34995 fails
svn cat branch/mybranch/foo@34995 works

The failures look like this (this one is for the third example above):

svn: File not found: revision 34995, path '/branches/Portwood_patches/NetBSD162/src/EQL/windows/src/user/snmp/include/eqltunnel.h@34995'

It seems to me all this *should* work, right?

This is Subversion 1.2.3, fsfs repository, Linux, file: style URLs.


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