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Re: svn info on deleted branch

From: Adrián P. Eidelman <adrianenlared_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2008 10:39:50 -0300

I have just confirmed that problem is that the Dir was deleted. Copying it
back in the repo from the last version before deletion, made the info
command work properly. I think this should be treated as a bug.

On Jan 28, 2008 10:27 AM, Adrián P. Eidelman <adrianenlared_at_gmail.com>

> Hi,
> I have found a little problem today using subversion and wanted to see if
> it was a bug or if I am doing something wrong.
> I am trying to get the info about a dir that has been deleted from the
> repo but svn info throws an error.
> The command I am using is:
> svn info -r 900 --xml "file:///PATH_TO_DIR"
> This dir was created in revision 889 and was deleted in version 919, I
> think I should be able to retrieve the info it had on revision 900 with the
> previous command.
> Instead I get the error: "svn: File not found: revision 922, path
> "RELATIVE_PATH_TO_DIR" ". 922 is the head revision in my repo. (the error
> message may not be literally it because I am translating it from Spanish).
> What I infer from the error is that it is not taking into account the
> revision argument I'm sending and instead is trying to fetch it from HEAD.
> Please, any help would be really appreciated.
> Adrian
> P.S.: the PATH_TO_DIR is correct, because using tortoise with a copy paste
> and setting the right revision number (900) I can see it perfectly
> P.S.2: I am using svn versión 1.4.4 for Windows
Received on 2008-01-28 15:43:17 CET

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