Fwd: How SVN works wrt copies of versions

Andreas Hochsteger andreas.hochsteger at gmail.com
Sun Dec 3 10:23:43 CET 2006

Sorry, didn't notice that replying doesn't automatically go to the
mailing list ...

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From: Andreas Hochsteger <andreas.hochsteger at gmail.com>
Date: 03.12.2006 10:21
Subject: Re: How SVN works wrt copies of versions
To: Tim Newsom <cephdon at gmail.com>

2006/12/3, Tim Newsom <cephdon at gmail.com>:
> I trimmed the subject line....
> EdorFaus:
> Thank you for correcting me.  =)
> I have never seen the last commited verison in the local working directory
> structure so I will have to check that out and see where its located.

The latest version you updated to is located in
".svn/text-base/<filename>.svn-base" relative to the directory where
"<filename>" is located.
Note though, that it is not the last committed version (by anybody),
but rather the BASE version your local changes are basing on.
For more details see [1] and [2].

[1] http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch03s03.html
[2] http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch08s03.html



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