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[Subclipse-dev] Re: Deleteing and then recreating a file

From: steveking <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 19:11:28 +0200

Mark Phippard wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 1:49 PM, Hasan Ceylan <hceylan_at_batoo.org> wrote:
>> I have noticed the following behaviour and wanted to make sure this is
>> intended.
>> 1. Delete a vesioned file
>> 2. Recreate the file
>> When you commit the file, first commit is deletion, then file becomes
>> changed. Then a second commit will commit the file for good.
>> IMHO, this two steps need to be combined and the commit should be a change
>> rather then delete + commit
>> Can someone check this this out. If I am correct, then I will create a
>> bugzilla for the issue...
> We actually just committed a fix for next release (1.4.3). It detects
> this situations and reverts the delete so that it just looks like a
> file modification.

If I may add a comment here:

there's one step missing:
3. Add the recreated file to version control

this will result in a 'replace', i.e. Subversion will mark the file as
'replaced' and properly show the 'R' in the log.

Of course, that's only if you really wanted to replace the file and your
deletion of the file was not a mistake.


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Received on 2008-07-30 21:00:19 CEST

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