|Subject:||svk mv /repo/mirror/path /repo/mirror/renamed-path fails to set up the /repo/mirror/renamed-path as a proper mirror|
|Date:||Tue, 16 Oct 2007 19:21:09 -0700|
|From:||Josh Partlow <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Hi, svk move fails to properly move a mirrored path such that it still functions as a mirror in its new location. This might be a known limitation, but if so I missed it in the docs. I'm using the following versions: jpartlow@fook:~$ uname -a Linux fook 2.6.20-16-generic #2 SMP Sun Sep 23 19:50:39 UTC 2007 i686 GNU/Linux jpartlow@fook:~$ perl --version This is perl, v5.8.8 built for i486-linux-gnu-thread-multi jpartlow@fook:~$ svk --version This is svk, version v2.0.2 (using Subversion bindings 1.4.3) Here's a bash script to reproduce the issue (some editing required) #! /bin/bash # The following should reproduce the error # Replace $REPO_URL1 with an url to the first test repo # Replace $REPO_URL2 with an url to the second test repo REPO_URL1= REPO_URL2= svk depotmap mirror-test ~/.svk/mirror-test svk mkdir /mirror-test/mirror -m 'mirror dir' svk mirror $REPO_URL1 /mirror-test/mirror/test1 svk sync /mirror-test/mirror/test1 svk mirror $REPO_URL2 /mirror-test/mirror/test2 svk sync /mirror-test/mirror/test2 svk mirror --list svk mv /mirror-test/mirror/test2 /mirror-test/mirror/test2-renamed -m 'test2 mirror move' # This will fail to show the moved mirror svk mirror --list -------------------------------- If the mirrored path being moved is not the first one, svm:mirror does not get set by SVK::Command::Move. You can adjust this by hand, but it still fails as a mirror because, as near as I can tell, svm:headrev is not set on the new path and an SVK::MirrorCatalog.entries() request drops the entry because it has no changeset returned from SVK::Mirror::Backend::SVNRa.fromrev(). thanks, Josh -- Josh Partlow - Co-Founder/Senior Developer - OpenSourcery, LLC
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