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Re: [Subclipse-users] Remove followed by add of same file

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-03-07 15:33:00 CET

Aaron Digulla <digulla@hepe.com> wrote on 03/07/2006 05:22:12 AM:

> Mark Phippard wrote:
> > The more common use case for a delete is that the file is really meant
> > to be deleted. In that scenario, this property can still work for
> > it just is not ideal. For example, if you were to do an update,
> > doing a commit, I believe the update process may restore missing
> > There is a way around this problem though. The Show Pending
> > view will show missing files, and for those files, there is a Mark as
> > Deleted option available from that view which will run the svn delete
> > command so that the delete is registered with Subversion. If you are
> > going to use this feature, I would recommend that you either use this
> > feature to mark your deletes, or commit the deletes soon.
> So it basically comes again down to the problem that Synchronize Update
> doesn't really sync but runs the standard SVN commands which have a
> slightly different semantic. :-/
> Can you please open an issue that "Update" in the sync view doesn't work
> as expected?

Sorry, I do not see the relationship between the Synch view and update,
and this disucssion on deleting and re-adding the same file.


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