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Re: Change list association is lost when renaming

From: Daniel Shahaf <d.s_at_daniel.shahaf.name>
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2010 22:46:57 +0300

Here is a transcript with current trunk, it seems the issue is fixed, do
you agree?

% $svn cl foo iota
A [foo] iota
% $svn mv iota iota2
A iota2
D iota
% $svn st

--- Changelist 'foo':
D iota
A + iota2
% touch kappa
% $svn add kappa
A kappa
% $svn cl bar kappa
A [bar] kappa
% $svn mv kappa kappa2
A kappa2
D kappa
% $svn st --cl bar

--- Changelist 'bar':
A kappa2

Michael Saunders wrote on Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 09:24:24 -0700:
> Dear SVN team,
> With the latest 1.6.12 release (and earlier releases) a change list association is lost when renaming a file. To demonstrate the problem perform the following steps in an SVN working copy:
> echo "Hi Mom" > SomeFileName # create a file named SomeFileName
> svn add SomeFileName # add the file to the working copy
> svn changelist DemoList SomeFileName # add SomeFileName to the DemoList change list
> svn --changelist DemoList status # this should show SomeFileName as waiting to be added to the repo
> svn rename SomeFileName AnotherFileName # rename the working copy
> svn --changelist DemoList status # Note that AnotherFileName is not part of the change list and it should
> Thanks,
> Michael
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