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Re: How to fix issue #4023 (on Windows, 'svn rm missingItem' deletes the unversioned 'MissingItem' from disk)?

From: Stephen Butler <sbutler_at_elego.de>
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 08:51:41 +0100

On Jan 25, 2012, at 1:47 , Johan Corveleyn wrote:

>
> Just to confirm this point: I've been able to reproduce #4023 (or a
> variation thereof) with TortoiseSVN 1.6:
>
> - Add 'foo' as a versioned file. Commit.
> - Delete 'foo' from filesystem (non-svn delete).
> - Create new file 'FOO'.
> - Right-click and TSVN -> Add
> - You get a warning that another item which only differs in case
> already exists. Click 'Add the item anyway'.
> - Right-click in the directory, and choose 'Check for modifications'
> (i.e. 'svn status')
> - Now you can see foo as missing, and FOO as added.
> - Right-click foo, and choose Delete. Now FOO is deleted from disk.
>
[...]
>
> P.S.: It would be interesting to know if #4023 is also an issue on OSX
> (with case-insensitive filesystem). I guess it is, but I don't have
> such a system, so if anyone could try this ..

Yes, it's an issue on OS X. I just tried the recipe above (OS X 10.7,
Subversion 1.7.2) and got the same result.

Steve
Received on 2012-01-25 08:52:35 CET

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