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Re: refactor doesn't trigger svn move

From: Marco Schulze <Marco_at_NightLabs.de>
Date: 2005-12-02 18:26:34 CET

Mark Phippard wrote:
>Subclipse does do an svn move. If you look in the Console view you can
>see the commands we execute.
>In Subversion a move is implemented as a copy (add with history) + delete.
> You see a + decorator because the new moved file is now a scheduled Add
>to the repository. When you commit, you will want to perform the commit
>from a common parent and commit the delete and add together. After you
>commit, a Show in Resource History on the moved file will show you the
>history of the file prior to the move. That is essentially, all this
>feature in Subversion gives you.
Hello Mark,

thanks a lot for your quick answer! And you're right! I just didn't
commit my change (because it was a test which was not supposed to end up
in the repository). I should have done that, though - SORRY for
bothering you!

Subclipse rules!!!

Marco ;-)
Received on Sat Dec 3 04:26:34 2005

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