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Re: [TSVN] Two problems I have encountered

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-09-29 13:00:34 CEST

Vladimir Berezniker wrote:
>
> I was trying to teach a friend on how to use the subversion on windows
> through TortoiseSVN. During that time I encountered the following two
> problems:
>
> 1. My friend was able to add .svn folder to the repository.
> To reproduce: Checkout any working copy. Create new folder.
> Highlight both .svn and the new folder and you can now add both.

Fixed in revision 1754.

> 2. Reverting gives error "Working copy '{path here}' not locked." on a
> folder that is scheduled for addition and has sub folders.
> To reproduce. Checkout working copy. Create new folder. Create sub
> folder in new folder. (E.g test and test/subtest). Highlight folder and
> click add. Highlight folder and click revert. Error occurs. Same
> error occurs when running subversion command line client. However, I
> can pass -R flag and revert will work.

That's a known problem that can't be simply solved. Since TSVN allows
you to deselect entries in the revert dialog, it can't just be done
recursively but must be done non-recursively.
The workaround for this is to revert first the subfolder, then the
folder itself.

Stefan

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Received on Wed Sep 29 14:11:06 2004

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