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Re: [Subclipse-dev] why is it that if i copy/paste over a file that it is then an outgoing deletion?

From: Johan Compagner <jcompagner_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 15:59:37 +0200

>
> You delete the file it is gone. Subversion does not store it for you
> anywhere. If you revert, Subversion can only put back the pristine
> version.

no need for that that subversion stores it somewhere. I dont care.

>
>
> > thats really not a solution.. how can we work around that?
>
> Eclipse Local History?

nope same problem

Delete a file (outgoing deletion in sync view_
then restore from local history
and yes then i have suddenly an incoming deletion in the sync view.

Or are you saying that i first have to do revert
then replace from history to get the changes?

That doesnt work either somehow when i call revert on svn eclipse throws
away all my localhistory..

Delete the file
restore from localhistory on the package, and i see him there, so it is
there now
But i dont restore it because then i get the incoming deletion problem
again.
then i say in the sync view revert
I have lost my changes
click on the file to ask the local history. nothing
click on the parent dir to ask the local history nothing.

>
>
> > If it is true that the state is just by checking the file. how come that
> it
> > has a delete state?
>
> Because as I said, scheduled add, delete and replace are states that
> are stored until you commit.
>

and i just want to delete the scheduled delete..

>
> > Where is that being kept? how can i get rid of that?
>
> The Subversion working copy. Revert.
>

doesnt work, i will loose my changes and no way to get them back

johan
Received on 2008-05-08 15:59:49 CEST

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