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Re: Missing Files on Checkout

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 21:03:20 -0600

On Jan 4, 2009, at 20:20, sam.hamilton_at_virtualvillage.com wrote:

> I have files, login.ftl would be an example, that are not being
> checkout out using svn co http://url.to.svn/svndirectory
> localdirectory
> I thought perhaps this could be a problem with ignoring files but
> when I ran the following commands there are
> $ svn status --no-ignore
> I ofbiz-trunk/bin
> Running svn propedit svn:ignore . shows:
> ofbiz.jar
> bin
> *.patch
> *.iml
> *.ipr
> *.iws
> *.time
> .settings
> .project
> Checking the same command in all subfolders also shows nothing. The
> file exists in svn as I can view it both via trac and http access
> to the repo.
> Any ideas?

Virtually none. I can't think of a circumstance where that would be
possible. If the file is in the repository, then it will be checked out.

svn:ignore ignores files so that they do not get added to the
repository. Once a file is in a repository, svn:ignore has no effect.

What version of Subversion is on the client and server? What OS is on
the client and server? What repository access method is being used?
Is the repository using the FSFS or BDB backend?

Could you show us the output of "svn co http://url.to.svn/
svndirectory" and also "svn info http://url.to.svn/svndirectory/


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