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Seeking possible reason for error by diff -r PREV

From: Kotaro Murakami <kmurakami_at_collab.net>
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2009 20:37:11 -0700

Hi,

I got an error with diff command. When I used "svn diff -r PREV file.cpp", I got the following error.

svn: REPORT request failed on '/svnroot/・・・/file.cpp'
svn: File not found: revision 10838, path '/・・・/file.cpp'

I checked log of the file.cpp and the revisions in the logs look:

r17535
r16730
r16152
r14113
r13155
r12709
r12130
r11114 <- this is the first ci of this file

Btw the BASE is 20422. Where did revision 10838 in the error message come from?
So I thought that the diff command (diff -r PREV file.cpp) would compare r16730(PREV) and BASE.

How can I look into the problem to find out why this happened?

Thanks,
Kotaro

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