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So I've got a two-part problem that I can't figure out. I know I'm not supposed to ask two questions together, but I can't tell if they are related or not.

# ls -l lzp.xml
-rwxrwxr-x. 1 user group   49341 Sep 19  2018 lzp.xml
# svn stat | grep lzp
# svn stat -v | grep lzp
D             6896     6209 username     lzp.xml

Why is this file, with the "to be deleted" flag active, not showing up in a standard svn stat command?

# svn revert lzp.xml
# svn stat -v | grep lzp
D             6896     6209 username     lzp.xml

Why is revert not clearing the D flag, and how can I clear it?

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  • This might be a consequence of some interrupted action leaving your working copy inconsistent. I would suggest you to try svn cleanup before further resolving the issue
    – Tagwint
    Commented Jun 9, 2020 at 15:43
  • @Tagwint Thanks. svn cleanup generated no output and did nothing obvious that I can see.
    – hymie
    Commented Jun 9, 2020 at 16:15
  • Perhaps you could get more info from following actions: 1. svn st -vu (status respecting the server status) 2. make another working copy of this folder in some other folder and compare that to this one. 3. exec svn log -v lzp.xml in both working copies and compare the output
    – Tagwint
    Commented Jun 9, 2020 at 16:33

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