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Why do updated files come in "random" order?

From: Stephen Davis <subversion_at_soundgeek.org>
Date: 2006-05-22 19:49:45 CEST

When I do an update, the files that come down are not in alphabetical
order but are instead in a seemingly random order. Directories are
also returned in non-alphabetical order.

A www
A www/project_window.png
A www/index.html
A www/OldReleaseNotes.html
Updated to revision 500.

This is obviously not a critical issue but it is visually
disconcerting. I'm just wondering why svn works this way. When you
browse the repository in your web browser it is correct (well, mostly).
Revision 500: /trunk/SubversionPlugin/www


Powered by Subversion version 1.3.1 (r19032).
I find it useful to look at the output of an update to see what  
chunks of the tree got updated but I have to search through the whole  
list to see stuff I'm interested in instead of just knowing the  
expected order.
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Received on Mon May 22 19:50:47 2006

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