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Re: Bug in svnversion?

From: Kevin Hung <cykhung_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-30 00:03:43 CET

d2 is an svn:external, i.e. d2 is somewhere in the same repository.

After changing f2.txt, I run "svnversion ." at the root directory. I expect
svnversion to tell me that there is modification but it does not. I did not
run svn commit.

On 12/29/06, Ramanathan Muthaiah <rus.cahimb@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I have the following directory and file structure.
> >
> > root -- d1 -- f1.txt
> >
> > root -- d2 - f2.txt
> >
> > d1 and d2 are directories. f1 and f2 are files.
> >
> > d2 is actually an external.
> >
> > If I make changes to f2.txt and run "svnversion ." at the root
> directory, I
> > got a revision number without the letter M. I expect the letter M since
> I
> > make changes to f2.txt.
> Could you pls. provide more details ?
>
> What do you mean "d2 is external" ? is it external to Subversion i.e
> not yet part of repository ?
>
> After changing f2.txt, did you run svnvresion or svn commit ?
>
> /Ram
>
Received on Sat Dec 30 00:03:59 2006

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