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unmodified files are being committed

From: David Carson <dccarson_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 20:48:46 -0700 (PDT)

We are occasionally seeing a commit which includes the modified files and one or more unmodified file(s). How is this possible?

$ svnlook changed -r 496 /export/svn/merlin
U top/branches/v12/code/type.c
U top/branches/v12/tools/crashfmt

$ svnlook diff -r 496 /export/svn/merlin | grep "^Modified"
Modified: top/branches/v12/code/type.c

As you can see, the commit seems to contain textual changes to two files ('U' is in column 1). However, when I diff the files, only one of them has truly changed. I have tried to see the diff to crashfmt in other ways as well, using command line client, viewVc, etc. All agree that (a) it was part of the commit and (b) it was not changed.

What is going on?



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