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bug #13261: double tag on FC3

Submitted by:  None
Submitted on:  Wed 01 Jun 2005 05:19:22 PM UTC  
 
Category: tlaSeverity: 3 - Normal
Item Group: bugStatus: None
Privacy: PublicOpen/Closed: Open
Release: tla-1.3.2
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Sun 04 May 2008 09:20:03 PM UTC, comment #3:

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So user a looking at /tmp see's a different directory then user b looking at /tmp.

Anonymous
Wed 01 Jun 2005 08:07:24 PM UTC, comment #2:

With more testing, I found that the bug is seen on FC2, it just seemed to happen after more tags are created.

-Geoff

Geoff Levand <geoff_levand>
Wed 01 Jun 2005 05:36:17 PM UTC, comment #1:

I did a bit more testing. If you do commits on the FC2 machine and use 'tla abrowse' on FC3 things are OK. The other way around, and the double tag is seem on the FC2 machine, so it seems the problem is in the creation of archive entries.

-Geoff

Geoff Levand <geoff_levand>
Wed 01 Jun 2005 05:19:22 PM UTC, original submission:

I found a problem after updating to tla-1.3.2. The commands below show the continuation branch c twice. It seems this only happens on Fedora Core3 (two machines tested) but not on Fedora Core 2 (one machine tested).

test@1
a
a--b
a--b--1.0
base-0

c
c--d
c--d--1.0
base-0 .. patch-1

c--d--2.0
base-0

c
c--d
c--d--1.0
base-0 .. patch-1

c--d--2.0
base-0

I also found tla making both a base-0 and patch-1 for the continuation branch on occasion. I can't show the actual output, but something like this:

c--d--2.0

base-0 (tag revision of test@1/c--d--1.0--patch-1)
2005-05-31 20:53:35 GMT geoff <geoff@x.com>
tag of test@1/c--d--1.0--patch-1

patch-1 (tag revision of test@1/c--d--1.0--patch-1)
2005-05-31 20:53:35 GMT geoff <geoff@x.com>
tag of test@1/c--d--1.0--patch-1

-Geoff

-------------------
#!/bin/sh

rm -rf [ac]--*
rm -rf tmp
rm -rf ~/archives/test@1
tla register-archive -d test@1

tla make-archive test@1 ~/archives/test@1
tla archive-setup -A test@1 a--b--1.0
mkdir tmp
cd tmp
tla init-tree -A test@1 a--b--1.0
touch abc
tla-update-ids
tla import -A test@1 -s "a--b--1.0."
tla abrowse test@1
cd ..

tla archive-setup -A test@1 c--d--1.0
tla abrowse test@1
tla tag -A test@1 a--b--1.0 c--d--1.0
tla abrowse test@1
tla get -A test@1 c--d--1.0 c--d--1.0
cd c--d--1.0
touch efg
tla-update-ids
tla commit --strict -A test@1 -s "Import c--d--1.0."
tla abrowse test@1
cd ..

tla archive-setup -A test@1 c--d--2.0
tla abrowse test@1
tla tag -A test@1 c--d--1.0 c--d--2.0
tla abrowse test@1

-EOF

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