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RE: Re: Re: Issue with 1.5.0 version

From: Gennady Khokhorin <gok_at_aerometric-ak.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 13:42:44 -0800

Hello, Konstantin!
It works! Thanks for you patience!
And it is great product!
Happy programming!

-----Original Message-----
From: Konstantin Kolinko [mailto:knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2008 12:03 PM
To: dev_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Re: Issue with 1.5.0 version

Hi, Gennady!

The menu, that is shown by the drag operation, contains items provided
both by Tortoise SVN and by Windows Explorer.

http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-dug-copy.html

The ones that belong to Tortoise have names starting with the word
"SVN".

It looks like that you choose not one of them, but the one provided by
Explorer.

Best regards,
Konstantin Kolinko

2008/7/17 Gennady Khokhorin <gok_at_aerometric-ak.com>:
> Hello, Konstantin!
> Thanks for the hint: I was not aware of Right-Button-Move and for sure

> did move folders by hand. Well, its time to read manual my guess.
> Did fix my Repository and WC, it was small Inno installation file.
>
> One question still remains: moving folder using SVN R-B-Move did not
> update Repository state. And in Explorer both source and destination
> folders are marked as normal (green check icon).
> I expected Repository should be in sync with WC tree.
> Update command did restore moved folder in source and did nothing in
> destination folder.
> Do you know if such behavior by-design?
>
> Happy programming!
> Gennady
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Konstantin Kolinko [mailto:knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2008 2:19 PM
> To: dev_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
> Subject: Re: Issue with 1.5.0 version
>
> Hi, Gennady!
>
> Don't panic!
> as says the "HHGTTG"
>
> This kind of behaviour sounds scary, and I do not know, what caused
> it, but I think that similar effects can be caused by erroneously
> moving the .svn folder along with its parent folder.
>
> I have seen several times that one well-known IDE was causing such a
> mess while doing moves and refactoring in it. Also, someone can mess
> it up by moving and copying the folders in the Explorer or in some
> file managers.
>
> (You should use your right mouse button to drag the folders, and use
> SVN Move command from the menu that appears when you release the
> button)
>
> I suggest you the following steps:
>
> 1. Launch Repository Browser dialog from Tortoise SVN menu and check
> the repository, whether the files are on their proper places.
>
> 2. In the Repository Browser dialog, select the root folder of your
> repository and, using the context menu, open the Log (in Russian
> translation: "journal") of it.
>
> Check, what changes were committed to your repository.
>
> 3. In your working copy in Windows Explorer invoke the Properties on
> the folders A, B and their parents.
>
> In the Properties dialog there is Subversion page, where the
> repository path of this folder can be seen.
>
> Check, if the path displayed there is what you are expecting.
>
> Also, on the root folder of your working copy, call Check for
> modifications from Tortoise SVN menu, and see, what is shown there.
>
> If the paths are not what you are expecting, or there are some files
> that are "nested", or in some other weird state, you would better
> checkout a new working copy.
>
> 4. I hope you did not loose any modifications, but look in the Recycle

> Bin. The files may be there.
>
> Ather your working copy becomes in consistent state, you may open the
> Log for its root folder, and from that dialog it is possible to select

> a revision and revert the changes that were made in it.
>
> I hope it helps you.
>
>
> 2008/7/16 Gennady Khokhorin <gok_at_aerometric-ak.com>:
>> Hello, All!
>> Did mention that 1.5.0 win2000sp4 messed up files in one project
> branch.
>> First ran SVNCommite branch, lost folder B in repository but file
>> from
>
>> it moved up one level to folder A.
>> Next SVNUpdate branch and work copy files in A substituted with files

>> from A in repository, ea I lost files in A.
>> Another SVNUpdate deleted some folders in working tree and kicked out

>> from SVN control (.svn folder is gone)! Pretty scary.
>> Any help or thoughts, please.
>> Gennady
>>
>

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