On Fri, Apr 08, 2005 at 07:20:20PM -0400, Tim Peters wrote: > After reverting a checkin to try to track down a test failure, I did > "svn revert -R ." to get back to where I was. The output was > peculiar, because it reverted a few files I was sure hadn't been > changed at all. So I did "svn revert -R ." again, and the same set of > "extra" files showed up. Fearing my local copy was hosed, I deleted > it entirely, and checked out Zope3 from scratch. Same result! > > C:\Code\Zope3>svn st > X src\BTrees > X src\transaction > X src\ZEO > X src\ZODB > X src\persistent > X src\ThreadedAsync > > Performing status on external item at 'src\BTrees' > > ... > > C:\Code\Zope3>svn up > > Fetching external item into 'src\BTrees' > External at revision 29925. > > ... > > At revision 29925. > > C:\Code\Zope3>svn revert -R . > Reverted 'src\zope\app\demo\widget\interfaces\boolwidget.py' > Reverted 'src\zope\app\demo\widget\boolwidget.py' > Reverted 'src\zope\app\apidoc\apidoc.py' > > C:\Code\Zope3>svn revert -R . > Reverted 'src\zope\app\demo\widget\interfaces\boolwidget.py' > Reverted 'src\zope\app\demo\widget\boolwidget.py' > Reverted 'src\zope\app\apidoc\apidoc.py' > > Etc: "revert" always thinks those 3 files are in need of cleaning up.
Something like that happened to me on Linux. svn st showed a number of Zope 3 source files as modified; svn diff showed that the only difference was a comment line that said '$Id$'/'$Id: $'. svn revert claimed that those files were reverted, but nothing was actually changed -- svn st continued to show those files as modified. > I don't know that it's something to worry about, but I think it's > peculiar enough to mention. Does it happen for others too? Marius Gedminas -- I saw `cout' being shifted "Hello world" times to the left and stopped right there!! -- Steve Gonedes
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