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[TSVN] Re: folder delete bug?

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-30 15:19:26 CEST

"SteveKing" wrote:
> > Revert does not work, I guess because I deleted using the repo-browser.
> Revert does work, it just won't get you the folder back.

Just to clarify the meaning of the word 'revert'. The revert command takes
your working copy back to the stored pristine copies that were made when you
last did an update, ie. it reverts your *local* changes. It does not undo a
commit. Deleting a folder in the repo does an implicit commit.

You can effectively undo that commit in the WC as well by doing a show log
for the parent folder, right-click on the revision in which the spurious
delete was made, and select 'Revert changes from this revision'. That will
use merging to apply the change in reverse.

> No. We disabled the issue tracker because people didn't follow the rules
> and filed completely useless/stupid/invalid issues.

Is it possible to provide read-only access to the issue tracker, to allow
users to see if their 'issue' has already been reported? I use a link which
gets me to the report generation section of the tracker, and I don't see any
way of filing issues from there. It probably won't help much in reality as
there are very few open issues, but at least they can look.


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