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Re: No sync after commit for "svn info"

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-06 22:08:28 CET

On 12/6/06, Dang Nguyen <dang@docusign.com> wrote:
> I've noticed that when I commit my changes to our Subversion server and
> immediately do a "svn info" in the working copy, I do not get the latest
> information. The info reported is from the previous update.

Not if you ask it the right questions:


> To get the latest, I have to manually do "svn update".

Yup. That's addressed in the link above.

> Sometimes, this may get me code
> that I didn't mean to grab (just yet). It would be nice if svn info would
> be sync'ed when I do the commit, because I may commit and come back to the
> working copy later.

It synced alright, but the question you asked your working copy
doesn't show it to you. Try running 'svnversion .' and see that your
working copy spans a number of revisions.

> The svn info tells me what revision I'm working in;
> especially when I have to manage multiple working copies on any single
> workstation. This sounds like a bug to me, but I wanted to defer to the
> mailing list.
> I've noticed this with the command line svn client in Windows and on Macs,
> as well as TortoiseSVN

That's because they all use the same libraries and philosophy.

> -- granted the issue could also be in the clients and
> not the server action.



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