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Re: "svn log" not reaching revision 1

From: <johan556_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-31 14:54:58 CET

On 1/31/07, Rob Hubbard <Rob.Hubbard@celoxica.com> wrote:
> The "svn mv" commands are significant. It may be that "trunk/subdir" existed back to revision 1 (even if it has been moved), but that the trunk into which it has been moved does not. Was the "trunk" directory *created* (without being moved or copied from something else) at around revision 900?

A minimal example exhibiting the same "problem" as I reported seems to be:


svnadmin create repos
svn mkdir -m "created /subdir" $REPOS/subdir
svn mkdir -m "created /trunk" $REPOS/trunk
svn mv -m "moved under trunk" $REPOS/subdir $REPOS/trunk/subdir

svn log $REPOS # gives 1-3
svn log $REPOS/trunk # gives 2-3

> Have a read of the SVN book about peg revisions.

Do you think that the example above also has to do with peg revisions?
(I haven't fullt understood the text in the SVN book yet).

/Johan Holmberg

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