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Re: Error bumping revisions post-commit on move / commit

From: Talden <talden_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 11:50:55 +1200

>> I've tested my script again with 2 others cases (only changed lines):
>> svn move dir1/ src/main/
>> svn move dir1/dir2/dir3 src/main/java/
>> and
>> svn move dir1/ src/main/
>> svn move src/main/dir1/dir2/dir3 src/main/java/
>> Same behaviour with a bumping error on commit...
> As I said, do a commit in between.

Yes but, understandably, some of us consider this a terrible solution.
 Given that the commit does the right thing but the working copy bump
doesn't, it's clearly a bug (possibly in design).

Surely the version bump should work for anything that is valid for the
commit to succeed with - certainly committing in-between isn't an
option as other consumers of the repository could get broken content.

I've reported this before and have given up expecting it to be fixed
(by all accounts the WC code is a nightmare). I've just had to accept
that I'll sometimes need to blow away parts of my working copy after a
commit - and by accept, I mean, hoping that WC-NG doesn't have this
problem or that bazaar GUI support and tool integration improves soon.

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Received on 2009-05-18 01:51:52 CEST

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