I made some changes to a local, up-to-date repo, on CentOS 7, svn 1.7.14.
svn diff shows the changes.
Not sure if this has much to do with it, but a while later, I did an
svn copy over to a new branch.
Then I made a change.
svn status shows the change as a file with an M beside it, but
svn diff shows nothing, even if I specify the exact file with the M.
Is this correct behaviour? I expected it to show the diff...
I also re-installed subversion via
yum reinstall, and the result is no different.
I made a second change (the first change was with
sed, this was with
vim) and now the diff shows just that change, as if the first change were the starting point. But I never committed the first change--if I go to the online repo viewer I can see that the latest revision shows before both changes. This new
diff output says
rev 609 vs
working copy, but
609 is the latest one in the viewer. How do I have a different
609 than the online one?
svn up shows
At revision 609,
svn log --limit 2 shows revs
605. Do I have local repo corruption? If so it happened very soon after a successful checkout...or does it have to do with the
svn info shows the original
trunk, not the branch I copied to...