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Re: [TSVN] Some extremely minor glitches

From: Roel Harbers <roel_at_roelharbers.nl>
Date: 2004-10-12 19:36:12 CEST

SteveKing wrote:
> Roel Harbers wrote:
>> - When I choose "revert" on a folder, but then uncheck all changed
>> items, I can still click Ok. When I do, I get an error:
>> '.' is not a working copy. This should probably be more along the
>> lines of "Nothing to revert" (or ok should be disabled)
> Done in revision 1815.


>> - When I use the context menu in the commit dialog to add a
>> non-versioned file to the ignore-list, the P-only change of the parent
>> (the svn:ignore property) is not displayed in the list of things to
>> commit. It is (correctly) commited however. I would expect the
>> to-be-committed list to be refreshed with the P-only change of the dir
>> after ignoring a file.
> Please note that the p-only change is only committed if you don't
> deselect an entry from being committed. If you deselect one or more
> entries, that p-only change isn't committed. So it's even worse than you
> describe it :(
> So I fixed that in revision 1816.

Ah, a fortunate side-effect of that non-recursive commit bug workaround.

Thanks again.

>> - When unselecting a directory in the commit dialog, all files under
>> that directory are unselected too, EVEN when it's a P-only change. I
>> understand it is useful for adds, but why for p-changes? I would
>> expect that not commiting a p-change for a directory would still
>> commit changes to files in that directory.
> I think you'll have to live with that.

That's ok. I only noticed it when reproducing the other "glitches"


Roel Harbers

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