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From "Schedel, Andreas" <Andreas.Sche...@harman.com>
Subject [Bug] svn export -r <rev> of single file fails if there is a newer revision available than the exported one
Date Thu, 16 Feb 2017 10:30:48 GMT
SVN server: V1.8.14 (r1692801)

Hi,

When trying to export a dedicated file of a special revision by using
# svn export –r <revision> https://svn-server/trunk/myfile.txt
everything is working fine as long as no newer revision of this file is available in the repository.

If a newer revision is available on the server, the following error message is returned:
                svn: E195012: Unable to find repository location for <myfile> in revision
<revision>

The “@syntax” is working fine:
# svn export https://svn-server/trunk/myfile.txt@<revision<https://svnserver/trunk/myfile.txt@%3crevision>>

Is this an already known bug of SVN or perhaps an undocumented feature?

Thanks and best regards

Andreas



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