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Re: Subversion allows delete operation on an already deleted file

From: vinay i <vinay.indresh_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 14:10:59 +0530

Yes. Please follow the below steps to reproduce the behavior. Do you think
it is bug or am I missing something?


/indreshv/duplicate> svn checkout file:///indreshv/test/trunk/src/java java1
A java1/a.java
A java1/b.java
A java1/c.java
A java1/d.java
A java1/new.java
Checked out revision 153.
/indreshv/duplicate> svn checkout file:///indreshv/test/trunk/src/java java2
A java2/a.java
A java2/b.java
A java2/c.java
A java2/d.java
A java2/new.java
Checked out revision 153.
/indreshv/duplicate> cd java1
/indreshv/duplicate/java1> ls
a.java b.java c.java d.java new.java
/indreshv/duplicate/java1> svn delete new.java
D new.java
indreshv_at_invest1:/u/indreshv/duplicate/java1> svn commit -m "deleting
new.java" .
Deleting new.java

Committed revision 154.
/indreshv/duplicate> cd java2
/indreshv/duplicate/java2> ls
a.java b.java c.java d.java new.java
/indreshv/duplicate/java2> svn delete new.java
D new.java
/indreshv/duplicate/java2> svn commit -m "deleting new.java again" .
Deleting new.java

Committed revision 155.

/indreshv/duplicate/java2> svn log file:///indreshv/test -v -r154
r154 | indreshv | 2009-02-16 13:29:18 +0530 (Mon, 16 Feb 2009) | 1 line
Changed paths:
* D /trunk/src/java/new.java*

deleting new.java
/indreshv/duplicate/java2> svn log file:///indreshv/test -v -r155
r155 | indreshv | 2009-02-16 13:29:58 +0530 (Mon, 16 Feb 2009) | 1 line
Changed paths:

deleting new.java again

On Sat, Feb 14, 2009 at 5:46 AM, Ryan Schmidt <
subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com> wrote:

> On Feb 10, 2009, at 12:49, vinay i wrote:
> Probably many of you would be aware of this. Assume I have a older
>> checked out copy and another developer did a "svn delete" and "svn
>> commit" on a particular file in his checked out copy of the same
>> repository. Now, if I perform "svn delete" and "svn commit" on the
>> same file without doing "svn update" it still allows me to commit.
>> This is something which we don't expect to happen. Is there any
>> standard procedure to avoid such commits?
> I wouldn't have expected that. Do you have a reproduction recipe we can
> try?


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