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From Branko ─îibej <>
Subject Re: Files added to repository by others don't come down with 'svn update'
Date Sun, 19 Jan 2014 15:37:12 GMT
On 19.01.2014 09:06, Yuri wrote:
> In continuation of out previous discussion, I got another report that
> another user got the same files in 'deleted' state, although he never
> deleted them by hand. Same symptoms.

"Base deleted" is not the same as the file being deleted. It's been said
before, but it'll happen if you update when a file was deleted in the
repository, but modified in your working copy. This should result in a
tree conflict.

> Look for the comment on Sat, 18 Jan 2014 20:56:33 -0800 in this PR:

I see here:

that FreeBSD uses (or perhaps suggests using) a variant of Subversion
with FreeBSD-specific patches. The only reference I find to Subversion
in this problem report is that there's "a Subversion problem of some
sort." Hardly helpful

> (Previously I thought that I just did something wrong, or maybe
> unconsciously hit 'resolved' option without remembering)
> I am pretty sure that 'svn update' marks certain files as 'deleted'
> without user ever doing 'svn delete' or resolving any conflict on them.
> Somebody needs to take a close look how is this is possible.

For starters, somebody can take the time to confirm that stock
Subversion without FreeBSD-specific patches behaves the same way. Sorry
if that sounds a bit untrustful, but frankly, I can't recall seeing the
problem you report in any release version of Subversion, so I have my

-- Brane

Branko ─îibej | Director of Subversion
WANdisco // Non-Stop Data

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