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Re: SVN reporting a new file has been deleted and added in the same revision

From: Andrey Repin <anrdaemon_at_freemail.ru>
Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2009 15:41:16 +0400

Greetings, Giulio T!

> I'm using SVN 1.4.4 on a RHEL4 with Apache 2.0

> In the post-commit hook I use svnlook the get a list of files that have been added and/or deleted to send an email about them.

> A developer committed some files in revision 4540 and

ln1sub01 svn>> svnlook changed -r4540 /data/Repositories/svn-icon
> A wip/src/co/pr/
> A wip/src/co/pr/copr.c

> This is correct. Today we merged those changes using the following commands

ln1sub01 svn>> cd /data/WorkingCopies/svn-icon/5.31/test
ln1sub01 svn>> svn merge --change 4540 http://localhost/svn-icon/wip/src src

> and commit in revision 4617. But then

ln1sub01 svn>> svnlook changed -r4617 /data/Repositories/svn-icon
> A 5.31/test/src/co/pr/
> D 5.31/test/src/co/pr/copr.c
> A 5.31/test/src/co/pr/copr.c

> Can someone explain why the deletion?

Probably, there was been a copr.c already, and it has been replaced by the
newly added copr.c from that developer.

Take a look at a whole log for that file from different points in repository
to discover the true origin of both files.

 Andrey Repin (anrdaemon_at_freemail.ru) 08.04.2009, <15:39>
Sorry for my terrible english...
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