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Re: svn cleanup impossible

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-08-03 14:45:06 CEST

On Aug 3, 2007, at 02:07, schoenfeld / in-medias-res wrote:

> Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> Why is the file missing? How did your working copy get in this state?
>> What version of Subversion are you using on the client and server?
> That is an interesting question. I just used a tool called
> 'svn-buildpackage' or more in detail: its svn-upgrade binary, which is
> used to import a new source tarball into a repository where I manage
> package source. Appearently the file disappeared during the actions of
> this tool.
> But anyways: *Why* does that cause any harm? If a file disappears it
> should be like if i remove it, shouldn't it? So svn should just not
> really care about it. Instead everything is messed up.

I hadn't exactly understood what you meant when you said the file was
missing. I was looking for a reproduction recipe demonstrating the
problem. I.e., are you talking about using "rm -f file" on a file
that was under Subversion control, or what? (I'm not familiar with
"svn-buildpackage" or "svn-upgrade".) Obviously Subversion should not
behave in a weird way, but we first need to be able to see the
problem before we can suggest a solution.

> Well, but problem is solved unsolvable, cause i needed to move on and
> checked out another w/c.

I'm glad you got it working.

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