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From "Deng, Xiao" <Xiao.D...@garmin.com>
Subject [BUG] svn update produces unexpected result
Date Fri, 10 Mar 2017 18:47:41 GMT
Hi,

When using svn update on a file with -r flag from one revision to another where the content
of the file at both revisions are identical, the last commit of result file appears to be
out of sync.

Example:
Foo.txt have identical content at r100 and r200
Foo.txt is at base revision r100
svn update Foo.txt -r200
svn status Foo.txt -v --xml
Expected:
                base revision === last commit revision === 200
Actual:
                base revision === 200 !== last commit revision === 100

Best Regards,
________________________
Xiao Deng
Software Engineer 2
Aviation | Garmin International
Xiao.Deng@garmin.com
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