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Re: The case of the disappearing project

From: Edmund Wong <ed_at_kdtc.net>
Date: Tue, 09 Jun 2009 08:51:35 +0800

Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> When you say "the log stops at May 1" do you mean there are no
> entries before May 1 or no entries after May 1? If no entries before
> May 1, did you on May 1 copy this item, and are you using the --stop-
> on-copy option to the svn log command? Some clients such as
> TortoiseSVN do so automatically I believe. If you don't want the log
> to stop on a copy, don't use the --stop-on-copy option. If no entries
> after May 1, then the only way I could imagine that to happen is if
> you were in fact running the log operation against a working copy
> that had not been updated since May 1, and not on a URL as above.
> Have you tried running "svnadmin verify" on the repository to make
> sure Subversion at least thinks it's ok?

Could there be a corruption in the repository?



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