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svn copy bug?

From: Lord Moron <lordmoron_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-05 09:48:23 CEST

svn client 1.3.0 (r17949) - cygwin on XP Sp2
server 1.2.3 (r15833) - Berkly DB - Win2K3 Sp1

svn repositry structure:

main/projects/folders for projects
old_main/main version/projects/folders for projects

so when dev is done on main I use:
svn copy svn://server/main svn://server/old_main/main version
to create a branch.

Some of the projects use 3rd party binaries (mostly dll and ocx files),
files are checked into the svn repository and are branched when dev on them
is done as they change sometimes.

The problem:
When branching, random binaries are not present in the branch when it is
checked out. There are no warnings or errors during the branch or the
checkout processes.

Is this a bug or do I need to specify some special cmdline flags during
the branch?
Received on Thu Oct 5 15:01:45 2006

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