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Bug report: blame (annotate) issues in svn 1.5

From: Gene Gorokhovsky <ggorokhovsky_at_apriori.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2008 15:21:42 -0400

After upgrading to svn 1.5.x (client only) we are having issues with
svn blame when "-g" flag is used.

This is especially critical because subclipse always passes this flag to
svn API, and therefore eclipse annotate is completely broken without a

1.4 based clients do not experience that.




svn blame -g AutomaticCastingDemo_L1Test.java_at_HEAD

svn: Missing changed-path information for



l\wf2\AutomaticCastingDemo_L1Test.java' in revision 32937


Notice that error report url is clearly corrupted. Sometimes there are
several other junk characters before "https" in the middle of the error

Without the "-g" flag everything is OK.


svn blame AutomaticCastingDemo_L1Test.java_at_HEAD

25955 jtauber package com.fbc.gcd.test.xml.wf2;



This has occurred on the machines where client has been upgraded from
1.4 to 1.5.

We verified that this happens with the latest released client version
(svn, version 1.5.1 (r32289))


Subclipse is similarly up to date with svn 1.5.1



This a big and active project. There were several merges (but none with
1.5), and several moves. Almost every file seems to be affected,
although there is anecdotal evidence that once in a blue moon annotation



Server: svn 1.5.0 (r31699), repository has not been upgraded and stays
in the 1.4 format

Client: Svn 1.5.1 client (behavior observed also with 1.5, but not with
1.4.4). working copy has existed since 1.4.x times.


Windows XP machines all around.


Other possible related versions

subclipse 1.4.3 (same issue in 1.4.1)

JavaHL 1.5.1 (r32289)


Eclipse 3.4

TortoiseSVN (TortoiseSVN 1.5.2, Build 13595 - 32 Bit Subversion 1.5.1),


Gene Gorokhovsky



























































































































































































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