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Re: Log problem

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2010d_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Nov 2010 09:10:52 -0500

On Nov 3, 2010, at 05:54, Florin Avram wrote:

> I've run over a strange situation and want to know if this is OK to happen (in my opinion it shouldn't). These are the details:
> - one of our servers has a repository with Subversion 1.4 format
> - I have a working copy from a given repository path, let it be "http://R/svn/repos/userguide"
> - in my working copy, one of the folders has an external folder X, pointing to "http://R/svn/repos/branches/rel/doc"
> - I modify a file from the external folder X and commit it
> - when looking over the log information of the root of my working copy, there is no entry for the commit which I've just made (this is OK, I've committed to an external resource)
> - after, I look over the log information of the folder at which my working copy external folder targets. There is no information about my commit there either, which is strange, I've committed from my external folder which is pointing to this one.

Is the folder up to date? Use "svn up" and try again.

> - the folder to which my working copy external folder is pointing was copied from another branch, and if I do a log on that branch (the original one), then I can see my commit, which again is strange: why the commit goes there and not to the HEAD of the branch to which my external folder is pointing.
> I don't know if the above information helps you somehow, but I would like to know if this would be possible and if this is a repository side problem, taking into account that the repository has an old version (1.4).

I doubt any problem exists.
Received on 2010-11-03 15:11:37 CET

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