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Re: unmodified files are being committed

From: Daniel Becroft <djcbecroft_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Sep 2009 13:59:06 +1000

On Thu, Sep 3, 2009 at 1:48 PM, David Carson <dccarson_at_yahoo.com> wrote:

> 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?
> Thanks,
> David
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What is the exact output of the 'svnlook diff' command on the crashfmt path?
Is there any difference if you run 'svn diff' instead?

Daniel B.


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