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From Gary <listgj-...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject Re: svnsync: Error while replaying commit
Date Mon, 02 Apr 2012 12:56:45 GMT
----- Original Message -----

From: Giulio Troccoli

>>>>> Why is it showing files in trunk when you're log command is for
>>>>> branches/working ? Or have you just pasted the wrong command?
>>>> Nope, that's the command. I mean, it *is* the log, so... shouldn't it?
>>>> The commands for trunk and branch produce the same output, anyway:
>>>> [12:39:07] jg@ggajg ~/.tmp
>>>> $ svn log -v -r80 svn://devel.<domain>/<repo>/trunk>   trunk
; svn log -v -r80 svn://devel.<domain>/<repo>/branches/working>   branch
>>>>
>>>> [12:39:26] jg@ggajg ~/.tmp
>>>> $ diff -q trunk branch
>>>>
>>>> [12:39:29] jg@ggajg ~/.tmp
>>>>
>>> What version of SVN are you using? I've got 1.6.12 and if I am in a directory
where no changes were made for a revision then svn log doesn't show anything,>e.g.
>>>
>>> svn log -v -r17727
>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> $ svn --version
>> svn, version 1.6.17 (r1128011)
>>     compiled Jun  2 2011, 10:39:28
>>
>> I'm not 100% sure what the server version is.
>>
>>> In the list of files changed in revision 80 that you posted earlier, are there
any files at all that are actually in branches/working?
>> No, all are in trunk.
>
>That is really baffling me. But mayber that's because you have different 
>version.

Maybe. Don't know.

>I just thought something else. svnsync stops when trying to create the 
>branch (rev 81). So maybe the error is something not related to the 
>repository, like permission (I don't think so though) or some hooks. 
>Sorry, I am a bit to a dead end here.

Not to worry. I appreciate you trying to help. Thank you.

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