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Re: File inconsistency between repository and working copy

From: Flomo Togba Kwele <larclap_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-09-14 21:20:20 CEST


Both svn info against the repository for that file shows the Last Cheanged Rev as 14.
svn log against the repository for that file shows the last entry at r14.
svn list against the repo shows 14.

When I look at the source code in the working directory, I see a keyword for $Revision$ for 33! Now
I didn't do that. How did it get there?

Jason Winnebeck wrote:
> Well, the overkill method is to delete the file (saving any
> modifications manually), then update and try again.
> But here's a bigger question -- has the file been updated since revision
> 14? svn info shows you the revision is has been updated to and the last
> changed revision, but svn log will start at the revision when it was
> last changed. If 14 is the last change, but the entire repo is at 33,
> then log and list will show rev 14 but info will show 33 and 14.
> Jason
> -----Original Message-----
> From: news [mailto:news@sea.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Flomo Togba Kwele
> No, when I do a svn log, the most recent revision I see is 14.
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