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Re: Question about 'svn info' output

From: hajhouse <hajhouse_at_houseag.com>
Date: 2007-03-21 18:02:39 CET

På 2007-03-21, skrev ying lcs:
> Hi,
> When I do a 'svn info' , it should that the revision is 55.
> But the latest revision in the trunk is 63.
> Can you please tell me why there is a big difference?
> And when i do a 'svn diff', there is no difference between my working
> directory and the trunk. Can you please tell me what am I missing?

The reason is that these commands tell you about what you have done to
your own working copy --- they do not consult the repository at all. You
need to run 'svn update' to pull in new changes made in the repository.
Also you might try 'svn stat -u' which does consult the repository for
the latest revision there. I hope that helps!

Henry House
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