> > Michael wrote:
> > The issue for Tortoise is the difference in the reporting of the results
> > step(7). Why does Tortoise indicate the file was deleted, while
> > indicate the deletion was skipped?
> Simon wrote:
> Hard to know what it should report. Evidently Subversion is broken here,
> but I suppose we should report the same as the CLI.
After some discussion in subversion, it appears as though Subversion (v1.2.3
r15833) is working correctly.
> I can reproduce this in r5039. Interestingly, running update on the
> original trunk does not generate the duplicate, only a fresh checkout.
> That's bad :-(
Yes, I see this too - but only when using Tortoise!
The Subversion behaviour was confirmed correct by Phillip Martin in the
discussion linked above. Have you been able to reproduce this with
In the second merge, Subversion reports "Skipped 'wc\folder\file1.cpp'",
but Tortoise reports that it deletes it. This is when the problem starts -
and the behaviour of Subversion and Tortoise deviates.
Note for this comparison I am using Subversion v1.2.3 r15833, and Tortoise
v1.2.5 build4719 (which says it contains Subversion v1.2.3)
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